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CONTEXTS SEPTEMBER! 999 



CONSECUTIVE NUMBER 252 



VOLUME 26, NUMBER 9 



Judy Goss 



Karin Helmstaedt 



FEATURES 
4 Ask Judy 

To Swim or Not to Swim? 
4 German Doping Trials 

Will the Big Guys Ever Pay? 

13 1999 Pan Pacific Championships Nick J. Thierry and Paul Quinlan 

Ten World Records Tumble. Americans Edge Australia in Final Race 

14 Day 1, August 22 

It was an historic first day, with a fantastic world record in the 400 free by Ian Thorpe and the 
Australian men's 4x100 free relay beating the Americans for their first-ever loss in this event. 

15 DAY 2, August 23 

World records in the women's 100 fly, women's 100 breast (prelims), and the men's 200 free 
(semi-finals). 

16 DAY 3, August 24 

Two more world records, six after three days of swimming — Ian Thorpe (AUS) in the 200 free 
and Lenny Krazelburg (USA) in the 100 back. 

17 DAY 4, August 25 

The seventh world record of the competition in the Men's 4x200 free relay. Winners today Tom 
Malchow (USA) in the 200 fly in the second-fastest time ever, Susie O'Neill (AUS) in the 200 
free, and Joanne Malar (CAN) in the 200 IM. 

17 DAY 5, August 26 

World record for Penny Heyns in the 200 breast semis. It was the eighth world record in five 
days. Australians win three of four finals. 

18 DAY 6, August 27 

Two more world records bring the total to 10 after six days, In the men's 200 backstroke and 
women's 200 breaststroke. 

19 DAY 7, August 28 

Upset in the men's 50 free by Brendon Dedekind (RSA) and a close finish in the men's 100 Fly 
as only 2/100ths separate the first two. Japan continued its domination of women's backstroke 
with a sweep of the top spots in the 200 back, and Brooke Bennett (USA) won the 800 free. 

20 DAY 8, August 29 

The Americans win three of the four events, winning the medals race. The battle between 

Australia and USA marred by a disqualification. 
29 Olympic Countdown Karin Helmstaedt 

Mettejacobsen: The 24-Hour Athlete 
29 1999 Pan Pacific Open Water 



Cover photo: Sport the Library 




Tom Malchow 



Joanne Malar 



Simon Cowley 



Penny Heyns 



DEPARTMENTS 

5 Calendar 
About This Issue 

6 1999 Pan Pacific Results 
Men's 200 Freestyle Facts, 
15th Fastest 200 Free Splits 
Men's 400 Freestyle Facts 

8 Men's 100-200 Backstroke Facts 

9 Men's 4x200 Free Relay Facts 



10 Women's 100-200 Breaststroke Facts 

1 1 Women's 100 Butterfly Facts 

12 Record Setters, Pan Pac Ratings, Medals 
21 Backwash 

22-27 TAG (Top 25 Age Group Times) 

28 Marketplace 

30 Making Waves 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1999 



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ASK JUDY 



TO SWIM OR HOT TO SWIM? 

I have received a number of letters from swimmers 
who have very specific questions or individual con- 
cerns. However, sometimes the concern that each 
swimmer is addressing is similar. I received an email 
from a young swimmer in South Africa. She has had 
many coaching changes, injuries, and some confi- 
dence problems. Her desire to swim is there, but 
sometimes athletes try to find something in their 
sport that may or may not be there, such as, for 
example, confidence, success, recognition, approval, 
or support. One of the most important questions that 
I ask my athletes is: "Why do you swim?" The 
response to this question is very important. 

The response can usually fall into one of the 
following categories: 

1 . All the right reasons — For the pure enjoyment of 
the sport, you like to learn new things, work hard, 
compete, rise to the challenge, be part of the team, be 
with friends, and get exercise. You are swimming 
because you want to swim and on most days you 
enjoy it. 

2. Unsure — Can't really answer the question. When 
you started you enjoyed it but now you are really not 
sure. It may be starting to take too much time and 
energy and it is not as much fun and as rewarding as 
it was before. You may have found other interests. 

3. Not your reasons — You are doing it because 
others want you to: your parents, coach, teammates, 
or friends. If you weren't swimming, what would you 
do? You would not be a part of the team. Your coach 
and family have invested a lot of time and money into 
it. You have to keep doing it. You can't let them down. 
There may be a possibility of a scholarship down the 
road. But you are not doing it because you want 
to do it. 

4. Not the right reasons — You have to do it, it is your 
life, it is the only thing that you can do, you have to 
win, you have to do a best time, there is nothing else. 
Without swimming you are nothing. 

Now the reasons that I listed are not the only 
reasons. I am sure that you can probably come up 
with some others. But just consider which category 
they fall in. I think that reallyunderstandingwhyyou 
swim is important. Sometimes you can lose sight of 
this. The next time you set a goal, try to make sure that 
the goal fits in with the reason why you swim. 

And if you are swimming for any reasons that are 
not your reasons or not the right reasons, sit back and 
try to remember when you were swimming for the 
right reasons, and see if you can go back to how it was. 

Keep the letters coming. Email me at 

gossj@dalelessman.com 



GERMAN DOPING TRIALS 




WILL THE BIG GOYS EVER PAY? 



Karin Helmstaedt 

BERLIN-After the historic doping trial of East 
German swimming 
coaches and doctors 
ground to an anti- 
climactic halt in 
December of last year, it 
now looks like some of 
those really responsible 
may be summoned back 
to the courtroom. 

At long last, Manfred 
Ewald, the despotic 
former head of East 
German sport, has been 
indicted for his role in 
setting up a program for 
the systematic distribu- 
tion of male hormones to 
young athletes. 

The doctor responsi- 
ble for overseeing East 
Germany's drug 
program, Dr. Manfred 
Hoeppner, was also 
indicted. Both men are 
charged with being 
accessories to grievous bodily harm through the 
drugs in cases involving 142 female athletes 
(swimmers and track and field athletes). Thirty-two 
of these athletes have pressed charges. 

Many of them reportedly suffered lasting side 
effects from the anabolic steroids, including 
hormonal disturbances and the development of 
male characteristics such as excessive hair or muscle 
growth. A few women still suffer from menstrual and 
gynecological problems. 

But Michaele Blume, spokeswoman for the 
Berlin prosecutors, said it may be a while yet before 
a trial gets underway. "The indictment is very 
complicated, and if it comes to trial, it won't be until 
the end of this year or early next year," she said. 

Berlin prosecutors have convicted and/or fined 
several coaches and sports doctors of giving 
performance-enhancing drugs to underage athletes 
withouttheirortheirparents' knowledge. Thecharges 



Between 1970 and 1990 
some 10,000 East German 
athletes, many of them females 
under 18, were doped to the gills 
with anabolic steroids and other 
preparations. Now two of the 
men primarily responsible on 
political, ideological, and 
practical levels, may go before 
the court in Berlin. The difficult 
task of proving their guilt will be 
undertaken with proof in a 
measly 142 cases. Ten years after 
the fall of the Berlin Wall, the 
trial may be little more than a 
token attempt at moral justice. 



were based on information from witnesses and from 
secret police files that came to light after the fall of the 
Berlin Wall in 1989. 

Prosecutors conducted the 
early trials in the hopes it would 
allow them to build a case 
against those responsible for 
setting up the drug program, 
which helped relatively small 
East Germany win dozens of 
gold medals at Olympics and 
other championships. 

The 73-year-old Ewald, a 
former member of the East 
German communist party's 
central committee, was 
president of the East German 
Sports and Gymnastics Union 
from 1961 to 1988. He ran the 
country's sport system with an 
iron hand, ensuring the 
secrecy of dopingpractices and 
trumpetting the supremacy of 
socialism to the outside world. 

Hoeppner, 65, headed the 
East German Sports Medicine 
Service's division for perform- 
ance athletics from 1978 to 
1 990. He was responsible for the actual distribution of 
the drugs and directed their administration in sports 
centres nationwide. 

Berlin authorities are investigating a further 500 
people suspected to have been involved in the doping 
system, but will likely indict only those considered to 
be involved in particularly serious cases. Others who 
may go to trial include the former swimming 
federation doctor, Lothar Kipke, and the former 
national swim coaches, Wolfgang Richter andjuergen 
Tanneberger. 

If and when any of the trials become a reality, it 
will be none too soon. A statute of limitations on 
doping crimes of October 2000 is approaching at an 
alarming rate. Time lost for the court is won by the 
defendants — if the first instance verdict isn ' t reached 
by then, Hoeppner and Ewald can consider their past 
officially behind them. 



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CANADIAN CALENDAR 



October 

29- 31 Goldfin Invitational, Saskatoon 

30- 31 McMaster Invitational, Hamilton 
November 

6- 7 Sprint Meet, Pickering 

26th Harvest Invitational, Mississauga 

12- 14 Swim International, Brantford 

Island Cup, Victoria 

19- 21 Dorado Invitational, Caledon 

20- 21 World Cup, Edmonton 

26-28 Ontario Championships, Etobicoke 
December 

5-5 NYAC Youth Cup, Etobicoke 

Prairie Invitational, Winnipeg 
10-12 Christmas Classic, Pickering 

2000 
January 

7- 9 Dash-for-Cash, Trenton 

21- 23 Regina Optimist Dolphins Meet 
February 

5- 6 Pickering Sprints 

18-20 Junior Nationals - East, Nepean 
Junior Nationals - West, Kamloops 
Hamilton Invitational 

25-27 CIAU Championships, Guelph 

March 

2-5 Man/Sask Championships, SK 
4-5 Durham Splash, Pickering 

2- 6 Ontario Junior Provincials, Etobicoke 

8- 11 Spring Nationals (50 m) Etobicoke 
April 

1-2 Rainbow Classic, Pickering 
14-16 Ontario Team Championships 
May 

28- 4 Maritime Life Olympic Trials, Montreal 
June 

3- 4 Durham Invitational, Pickering 
25-25 Jack McCormick Invitational, Hamilton 

29- 2 Man/Sask Champs, Winnipeg 
July 

6- 9 Ontario Junior Provincials, Thunder Bay 

7- 9 Mel Zajac International, Vancouver 

13- 16 Youth Championships/SWAD, Etobicoke 
August 

3-6 Maritime Life Nationals, Winnipeg 
TBA Junior Nationals 
November 

25-26 World Cup, Edmonton 



INTERNATIONAL 



October 

1-7 Central Asian Games, Bishkek, KGZ 

15- 18 National Championships, Hangzhou, CHN 
November 

17-18 World Cup 1, College Park, MD 

17- 21 FINA World Open Water Test, Hawaii 
20-21 World Cup 2, Edmonton, CAN 
26-28 World Cup 3, Rio de Janeiro, BRA 
December 

4-5 French Interclubs, Montpellier, FRA 

9-12 European SC Champs, Lisbon, POR 

16- 19 Trofeu Finkel, Rio de Janeiro, BRA 

17- 19 Netherlands Winter Championships 

18- 20 Italian SC Championships 

2000 
January 

4- 5 World Cup 4, Shanghai, CHN 

8- 9 World Cup 5, Hong Kong 

9- 17 NSW State Championships 
13-14 WorldCup6,Hobart,AUS 

18- 19 World Cup 7, Sydney, AUS 

29- 30 Uster International, SUI 
February 

1-2 World Cup 8, Sheffield, GBR 

5- 6 World Cup 9, Berlin, GER 

9- 10 World Cup 10, Imperia,ITA 
12-13 World Cup 11, Paris, FRA 
16-17 World Cup 12, Malmo.SWE 
March 

10- 12 National Champs, Geneva, SUI 

19- 19 World SC Champs, Athens, GRE 

20- 26 French LC Champs, Rennes, FRA 
23-25 SoAmerican Open Water, Santa Fe, ARG 
Tba Asian Swimming Champs, Pusan, KOR 

30- 1 International Meet, Charleroi, BEL 

30- 2 National Champs, Auckland, NZL 
April 

8-9 Swedish Grand Prix, SWE 

Tba CARIFTA Champs, Bridgetown, BAR 

10-14 Australian Age Group Champs, Perth 

23-30 So. American Champs, Mar del Plata, ARG 

May 

6- 7 Flanders Grand Prix, Brugges, BEL 

12- 14 Akropolis Meet, Athens, GRE 

13- 14 Swedish Grand Prix 2, Uppsala, SWE 

20- 20 Australian Olympic Trials, Sydney 
19-21 Belgian GP, Charleroi, BEL 

22-22 Mare Nostrum 1 , Monte Carlo, MON 

21- 24 Oceania Champs, Christchurch, NZL 
25-25 Mare Nostrum 2, Barcelona, ESP 

25- 28 Junior Champs, Chalon-sur-Saone, FRA 

26- 29 Speedo Super Final, Sheffield, GBR 

31- 6 Brazil Trophy, Rio de Janeiro, BRA 
June 

4-4 Swedish EU Trials, Jonkoping, SWE 

3-9 South Pacific Games, Guam, GUM 

15- 18 German Championships, Berlin, GER 

16- 18 Netherland Championships, NED 

17- 18 Golden Bear, Zagreb, CRO 
17-18 Porto International, POR 
2 1 -24 Oceania Championships, 

Christchurch, NZL 

28-9 European Championships, Helsinki, FIN 



July 

7-9 Darmstadt International, GER 

11- 11 British Championships, Sheffield, GBR 
15 Traversee Lac Leman, SUI 

20-23 Swedish Nationals, Landskrona, SWE 
22-23 Vittel Cup Finals, Millau, FRA 

27- 30 European Junior Championships, TBA 

28- 31 British Olympic Trials, Sheffield, GBR 
27-7 FINA World Masters, Munich, GER 
August 

3-6 National Championships, Vevey, SUI 
6-9 Italian Championships, Asti, ITA 

12- 13 Balkan Games, Nicosia, CYP 

19-22 Australian SC Champs, Adelaide, AUS 
17-23 Arab Tournament, Amman, JOR 
September 

16- 23 Olympic Games, Sydney, AUS 
November 

17- 22 FINA World Open Water Champs, 

Ft. Lauderdale, USA 
December 

16-17 British Winter Champs, Sheffield, GBR 

2001 
July 

19-29 FINA World Championships, 
Fukuoka,JPN 

August 

25- 7 Mediterranean Games, Tunis, TUN 
September 

TBA Goodwill Games, Brisbane, AUS 

2002 
April 

TBA FINA World SC Champs, Moscow, RUS 
July 

26- 31 Commonwealth Games, Manchester, UK 



U.S. CALENDAR 



December 

2-4 US Open (50 m), San Antonio, TX 

2000 
January 

14-16 Burgdorff Invitational (50 M), 
Rutgers Univ., NJ 

March 

18-18 Women's NCAA (25 M), Indianapolis, IN 
23-25 Men's NCAA (25 M), Minneapolis, MN 
21-25 Speedo Junior Championships (25 Y) 

West, Anchorage, Alaska 

Southeast, Orlando, FL 

Northeast, Buffalo, NY 
28-1 US Nationals (50 M) Federal Way, WA 
April 

14-14 YMCA SC Nationals, RLauderdale, FL 

May Gainesville GP, FL 

June Charlotte GP Ultraswim, NC 

Santa Clara GP International, CA 
July Evans International, Los Angeles, CA 

Long Island GP, NY 

August 

1-5 Speedo Junior Championships 
West, San Antonio, TX 
Southeast, Gainesville, FL 
Northeast, Oxford, OH 

9-l6 Olympic Trials, Indianapolis, IN 



ABOUT THIS ISSUE 



The Pan Pacific Championships, held 
in the Olympic pool at Homebush in 
Sydney, August 22-29, was the fastest 
competition in the last five years. 
Everyone was excited by the atmosphere 
and the great performances. We are 
providing the detail around the many 
record performances and the other fine 
near-record swims. 

The heroics of 16-year-old Ian 
Thorpe are almost without precedent in 
the sport. In January of 1998 he was the 
world champion both individually (400 
freestyle) and in a relay (4x200 free). In 
1999 he was a short course world 
champion in the 200 and 400 free and 
now he bettered three individual world 
records as well as the 4x200 free relay 
record for the second time. What a 
promising future! 

The Australian men's team of 
Thorpe, Michael Klim, Grant Hackett, 
Simon Cowley, Geoff Huegill, Matthew 
Dunn, and a number of others is their 
best ever and will challenge for Olympic 
supremacy a year from now. 

Number one swimming power 
United States was challenged this year, 
but stellar performances from Jenny 
Thompson and Lenny Krayzelburg 
pulled them through. At next year's 
Olympics with the addition of the 
Europeans the depth of competition 
promises to be the fastest ever. 

Canadiarohandledtheback-to-back 
challenge of the Pan Ams and Pan Pacs 
well, especially Joanne Malar, who has 
the fastest 200 IM performance, and 
bettered the Canadian and Common- 
wealth record three times during 
August. The men's and women's 100 
freestyle were also improved, as well as 
both 4x100 free relays. 

Other topics in this issue — Why do 
you swim? — figure it out, and you'll be 
on your way. 

After years of going after the small 
fish, the biggest shark of them all is now 
being charged in Germany. Manfred 
Ewald, the long-time head of sports in the 
former German Democratic Republic, has 
been indicted for the state-sponsored 
cheating that went on for over 30 years. 

Karin Helmstaedt, now a Berlin 
television hostess, writes on Danish 
veteran Mette Jacobsen, who lives a 
full-time athlete's life, with everything 
she does aimed at swimming 
performance. 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1999 



5 



PAN PACIFIC RESULTS 



15 FASTEST MEN'S 200 FREESTYLE PERFORMANCES 



1 


24-Aug-99 


Sydney.AUS 


Ian Thorpe.AUS 


24.92 


52.01 


1:18.95 


1:46.00 


2 


25-AUG-99 


Sydney.AUS 


Ian Thorpe.AUS 


24.91 


52.24 


1:19.33 


1:46.28 


3 


23-Aug-99 


Sydney.AUS 


Ian Thorpe.AUS 


25.03 


52.50 


1:19.35 


1:46.34 


4 


23-Mar-99 


Brisbane.AUS 


Grant Hackett.AUS 


25.15 


51.98 


1:19.67 


1:46.67 


5 


15-Aug-89 


Bonn.GER 


Giorgio LambertiJTA 


25.14 


52.42 


1:19.74 


1:46.69 


6 


26-Jul-92 


Barcelona.ESP 


Evgeni Sadovyi.RUS 


25.37 


52.62 


1:19.72 


1:46.70 




12-Sep-98 


Kuala Lumpur.MA 


3 Ian Thorpe.AUS 


25.34 


52.47 


1:19.62 


1:46.70 


8 


26-Jul-92 


Barcelona.ESP 


Anders Holmertz.SWE 


25.31 


51.91 


1:19.37 


1:46.76 


9 


23-Aug-99 


Sydney.AUS 


Michael Klim.AUS 


24.70 


51.66 


1:18.96 


1:46.82 


10 


23-Mar-99 


Brisbane.AUS 


Grant Hackett.AUS 


25.37 


52.39 


1:19.82 


1:46.99 


11 


23-Mar-99 


Brisbane.AUS 


Ian Thorpe.AUS 


25.36 


52.42 


1:19.80 


" 1:47.08 


12 


30-Jul-99 


Istanbul.TUR 


Pieter vdHoohenband.NED 


25.03 


52.10 


1:19.61 


1:47.09 


13 


3-Aug-93 


Sheffield.GBR 


Antti Kasvio.FIN 


25.40 


52.62 


1:19.77 


1:47.11 


14 


27-Apr-98 


Melbourne.AUS 


Ian Thorpe.AUS 


25.72 


53.27 


1:20.65 


1:47.24 


15 


19-Sep-88 


Seoul.KOR 


Duncan Armstrong.AUS 


25.46 


53.02 


1:20.05 


1:47.25 



1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS 


Sydney, Aug 22-29 (50 M) 


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Aug 27 prn 


1) 


22.14 


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2) 


22.44 


Gary Hall.74,USA 


3) 


22.59 


Bill Pilczuk,71, USA 


4) 


22.63 


NeilWalker,76,USA 


5) 


22.64 


Jason Lezak.75.USA 


6) 


22.64 


Chris Fydler.72.AUS 


7) 


22.80 


Nathan Rickard,79,AUS 


8) 


22.86 


Nicholas Folker,76,RSA 


9) 


22.90 


Jeffrey English.78.AUS 


10) 


23.06 


Tomohiro Yamanoi,77,JPN 


11) 


23.39 


Shunsuke lto,76,JPN 


12) 


23.49 


Greg Main-Baillie,78,RSA 


13) 


23.49 


Yannick Lupien,80,CAN 


14) 


23.55 


BradHerring,82,NZL 


15) 


23.56 


Todd Pearson,78,AUS 


16) 


2374 


Craig Hutchison,75,CAN 


Prelims, Auc 


27 am 


1) 


22.16 


Brendon Dedekind,76,RSA 



2) 


22.47 


fnm Unll 7 A 1 IC i\ 

Gary Hall,74,UbA 


3) 


00 CI 


In Ann 1 nmb 7C 1 IC A 

jason LezaK/b.UoA 


4) 


22.76 


\liln\hnr IC 1 IC A 

Neil waikeryb.UbA 


5) 


22.80 


nut n;u-.,,i "?h i if* a 

Bill Pilczuk,71,USA 


6) 


22.86 


Phrirt Curllnr 70 A 1 IC 

Chris rydler,72,AUS 


') 


oo fin 


Tomohiro Yamanoi,77,JPN 


8) 


23.05 


Jettrey hnglish,78,AUS 


9) 


23.06 


Mnthnn D\n\i-\rA 7fl Al IC 


10) 


00 1C 


Minknlm Cnll/nr 7C DCA 


-i 1 \ 
ii) 


00 0/1 


hit Cfhnnmr 7Q 1 ICA 

Jay oCniyVer/o.UoA 


12) 


23.44 


Crr.ii Mnin Dnlllin 70 DCA 

breg Main-Baiiiie/o.HbA 


13) 


23.45 


Brad Schumacher, 74.USA 


14) 


23.48 


CkiinnnLn \in 7C IDhl 

bnunsuKe ito.fb.JrN 


15) 


23.48 


V-.nmr-lj 1 , I r, i n r. Ofl CAM 

YannicK Lupien.ou.UAN 


16) 


23.54 


Todd Pearson, 78.AUS 


17) 


23.55 


\nr, PrnnUf 00 1 ICA 

lan LrocKer.ts^.ubA 


18) 


23.64 


traig Huicnison.fa.iAN 


19) 


23.79 


DrnA Unrrlnn 00 M7I 

brao Hernng t o^,NZL 


iO) 


oo no 

1606 


Winn Cn On Ul/T 

wing rUjGu.nlxu 


01 \ 
21) 


oa no 


Yosuke lchikawa,78,JPN 


22) 


oa nc 
Alio 


Inl/n Ctnnln TO PAM 

jane bieeieyy.iAN 


oo.\ 
id) 


OA 10 


Cr-nH Dir>o 77 M7I 

bCOu nice/ f,N£L 


OA\ 

24) 


OA OK 


Chiieiil/o Itn 7fi IDM 

onUSUKe llO,/D,JrN 


25) 


24.39 


Carl Probert,75,FIJ 


26) 


24.40 


Graham Duthie,78,CAN 


27) 


24.45 


Gentle Offoin,75,NGR 


28) 


24.82 


Mark Thompson,82,NZL 


29) 


24.82 


Merlin Fredericks,79,RSA 


30) 


25.00 


Steven Ferguson,80,NZL 


3D 


25.18 


Lin-Hung Chen,81,TPE 


32) 


25.78 


Tsung-Nan Pan,83,TPE 


100 METRES FREESTYLE, Aug 26 pm 


1) 


48.98 


Michael Klim,77,AUS 


2) 


49.17 


Neil Walker,76,USA 


3) 


49.42 Chris Fydler.72.AUS 



4) 


49.94 


Yannick Lupien,80,CAN 


5) 


50.36 


Nicholas Folker,76,RSA 


6) 


51.09 


Salim lles,75,ALG 


7) 


51.30 


Shunsuke lto,76,JPN 


8) 


51.85 


Brock Newman,77,USA 


Semi-Final, 


Aug 25 pm 


1) 


48.81 


Michael Klim,77,AUS 


2) 


49.62 


Chris Fydler,72.AUS 


3) 


49.70 


Neil Walker,76,USA 


4) 


49.71 


lanThorpe,82,AUS 


5) 


49.94 


Brock Newman,77,USA 


6) 


50.11 


Jason Lezak,75,USA 


7) 


50.23 


Bryan Jones,78,USA 


8) 


50.40 


Jeffrey English,78,AUS 


9) 


50.47 


Yannick Lupien,80,CAN 


10) 


50.72 


Nicholas Folker,76,RSA 


11) 


50.90 


Shunsuke lto,76,JPN 


12) 


51.47 


Salim lles,75,ALG 


13) 


51.69 


Michael Mintenko.75.CAN 



14) 5175 Graham Duthie,78,CAN 

15) 51.76 Greg Main-Baillie.78.RSA 

16) 51.87 Craig Hutchison,75,CAN 
Prelims, Aug 25 am 



1) 


49.39 


ddinhinl l/lim 77 Al IC 

Micnaei Kiim//,AUb 


0\ 

2) 


AO n7 
4S.3/ 


Mnil U/ill/nr 7C 1 ICA 

Neil waiKer/b.UoA 


3) 


50.08 


Phflr. Ci.rJUr 70 Al IC 

inrisryaier/z.AUb 


4) 


50.10 


|,,..„ 1 _-.nl, 7C 1 ICA 

Jdson LezaK/b.UoA 


5] 


en 1 1 


lin Th/irrirt OO Al IC 

ian inorpe,t)7,AUb 


o) 


cn 1 a 
0U.14 


Brock Newman,77,USA 


7\ 

n 


£.n 01 
uUzl 


loffrou Fnnlich 7fi Af IC 
Jclllcy tliyilbll,io,MUo 


8) 


cn oa 


Qniin |nnnr> 70 1 ICA 

Bryan jones/o.UbA 


9) 


50.54 


Vnnninli 1 iininn Ofl CAM 

Yannick Lupien.oU.OAN 


10) 


En E7 


TnHH Doorcrtn 7D Al IC 

i □□□ reaiSon,/o,AUo 


11) 


50.61 


ri.J U/nUrt 7C 1 ICA 

Uod Wales,76,USA 


12) 


50.62 


Raymond Hass,77,AUS 


13) 


50.82 


Jay Schryver,78,USA 


14) 


50.86 


Shunsuke lto,76,JPN 


15) 


50.95 


Brad Schumacher,74,USA 


16) 


50.98 


Joseph Marus,75,USA 


17) 


51.17 


Salim lles,75,ALG 


18) 


51.22 


Nicholas Folker,76,RSA 


19) 


51.23 


lan Crocker,82,USA 


20) 


51.51 


Geoff Huegill,79,AUS 


21) 


51.52 


Nathan Rickard,79,AUS 


22) 


51.54 


Craig Hutchison,75,CAN 


23) 


51.65 


Michael Minlenko,75,CAN 


24) 


51.93 


Graham Duthie,78,CAN 


25) 


51.97 


Greg Main-Baillie,78,RSA 


26) 


52.03 


JakeSteele.79.CAN 


27) 


52.11 


Tomohiro Yamanoi,77,JPN 


28) 


52.11 


Mark Johnston,79.CAN 


29) 


52.21 


Nicholas Sheeran,77,NZL 


30) 


52.37 


Rick Say,79.CAN 


3D 


52.37 


Brad Herrlng,82,NZL 


32) 


52.43 


Brian Johns,82,CAN 


33) 


5263 


Scott Rice.77.NZL 


34) 


52.99 


Carl Probert,75,FIJ 


35) 


53.20 


Adam Sioui,82,CAN 


36) 


53.39 


RyoTakayasu.81.JPN 


37) 


53.46 


Wing Fu,80,HKG 


38) 


53.71 


Gentle Offoin.NGR 


39) 


5373 


Mark Thompson.NZL 


40) 


53.86 


Colin Sood,73,CAN 


200 METRES FREESTYLE, Aug 24. pm 


1) w1 


46.00 


lanThorpe,82,AUS 


2) 1 


47.40 


Michael Klim,77,AUS 


3) 1 


48.17 


RykNeethling.77,RSA 


4) 1 


48.60 


Chad Carvin,74,USA 


5) 1 


48.98 


Josh Davis,72,USA 


6) 1 


50.58 


Rick Say,79,CAN 


7) 1 


5077 


Shunsuke lto,76.JPN 


8) 1 


51.09 


Brian Johns,82,CAN 


Semi-Final, 


Aug 23 pm 


1) w1 


46.34 


lanThorpe,82,AUS 


2) 1 


46.82 


Michael K!im,77,AUS 


3) 1 


48.20 


Grant Hackett,80,AUS 


4) 1 


48.74 


Chad Carvin,74,USA 


5) 1 


48.92 


Josh Davis,72,USA 


6) 1 


48.94 


UgurTaner,74,USA 


7) 1 


49.72 


Ryk Neethling.77.RSA 


8) 1 


49.73 


William Kirby,75,AUS 


9) 1 


50.55 


Rick Say.79,CAN 


10) 1 


51.10 


Shunsuke llo,76,JPN 


11) 1 


51.40 


Brian Johns,82,CAN 



12) 1:51.41 Mark Johnston.79,CAN 

13) 1:51.55 Yosuke lchikawa,78,JPN 

14) 1:51.58 Shusuke lto.76,JPN 

15) 1:52.17 JaySchryver.78,USA 

16) 1:53.10 Michael Mintenko,75,CAN 
Prelims, Aug 23 am 

1) 1:47.80 lan Thorpe,82,AUS 

2) 1:48.69 Michael Klim,77,AUS 

3) 1:49.05 Grant Hackett,80,AUS 

4) 1:49.47 Chad Carvin,74,USA 

5) 1:49.95 William Kirby,75,AUS 

6) 1:49.96 Josh Davis,72,USA 

7) 1:49.99 RykNeethling,77,RSA 

8) 1:50.11 UgurTaner,74,USA 

9) 1:50.20 Rick Say,79,CAN 

10) 1:50.30 ToddPearson,78,AUS 

11) 1:5074 Yosuke lchikawa,78,JPN 

12) 1:51.22 Brian Johns,82,CAN 

13) 1:51.26 Shusuke lto,76,JPN 

14) 1:51.28 Shunsuke lto,76,JPN 

15) 1:51.69 Jay Schryver.78,USA 

16) 1:51.78 JonYounghouse,78,USA 

17) 1:52.15 Michael Mintenko,75,CAN 

18) 1:52.27 Mark Johnston,79,CAN 

19) 1:52.35 Masato Hirano,75,JPN 

20) 1:52.55 Brad Schumacher,74.USA 

21) 1:52.88 Takeshi Sasaki,78,JPN 

22) 1:52.90 Craig Stevens,80,AUS 

23) 1:53.04 lan Crocker,82,USA 

24) 1:53.14 Graham Duthie,78,CAN 

25) 1:53.39 Nicholas Sheeran,77,NZL 

26) 1:53.47 Craig Hutchison,75,CAN 

27) 1:53.53 Ron Karnaugh,66,USA 

28) 1:53.97 Jake Steele,79,CAN 

29) 1:55.08 Kieren Perkins,73,AUS 

30) 1:55.68 Jo YoshimiJPN 

31) 1:55.70 Brad Herring.NZL 

32) 1:55.75 Scott Rice.NZL 

33) 1:55.92 John Davis.NZL 

34) 1:56.41 Carl Probert.FIJ 

35) 1:57.95 Mark Thompson.NZL 

36) 1:57.96 Steven Ferguson.NZL 
39) 1:5875 Lin-Hung Chen.TPE 
400 METRES FREESTYLE, Aug 22 pm 

1) w3:41 .83 lan Thorpe.82,AUS 

2) 3:46.02 Grant Hackett,80,AUS 

3) 3:46.31 Ryk Neethling,77,RSA 

4) 3:4974 Chad Carvin,74.USA 

5) 3:52.32 Masato Hirano.75.JPN 

6) 3:53.20 Rick Say,79,CAN 

7) 3:53.28 Jon Younghouse,78,USA 

8) 3:58.98 Yosuke lchikawa.78,JPN 
Prelims, Aug 22 am 

1) 3:47.37 Grant Hackett,80,AUS 

2) 3:48.36 lan Thorpe,82,AUS 

3) 3:49.47 Ryk Neelhling,77,RSA 

4) 3:52.33 Masato Hirano,75,JPN 

5) 3:52.41 Chad Carvin,74.USA 

6) 3:52.63 Jon Younghouse,78,USA 

7) 3:52.63 Chris Thompson.78.USA 

8) 3:53.97 Craig Slevens,80,AUS 

9) 3:55.00 Erik Vendt,81, USA 

10) 3:5579 Yosuke lchikawa,78,JPN 

11) 3:56.07 Rick Say,79.CAN 

12) 3:56.10 Mark Johnston,79,CAN 



MEN'S 200 FREESTYLE FACTS 



MEN'S 200 FREE WORLD RECORD CHRONOLOGY 



200 METRES FREESTYLE 



2:04.8 

2:03.2 

2:03.0 

2:02.2 

2:01.5 

2:01.2 

2:01.1 

2:00.4 

2:00.3 

1:58.8 

1:58.5 

1:58.4 

1:58.2 

1:57.6 

1:57.2 

1:56.2 

1:56.0 

1:55.7 

1:54.3 

1:54.3e 

1:54.2 

1:53.5 

1:52.78 

1:51.66 

1:51.41 

1:50.89 

1:50.32 

1:50.29 

1:49.83 

1:49.16 

1:48.93 

1:48.28 

1:47.87 

1:47.55 

1:47.44 

1:47.25 

1:46.69 

1:46.67 

1:46.34 

1:46.00 



John Konrads.AUS 
John Konrads.AUS 
Tsuyoshi Yamanaka.JPN 
John Konrads.AUS 
Tsuyoshi Yamanaka.JPN 
Tsuyoshi Yamanaka.JPN 
Tsuyoshi Yamanaka.JPN 



Sydney ,Jan.1 8,58 
Sydney,Mar.5,58 
0saka,Aug.22,58 
Sydney.Jan.16,59 

0saka,Jul.26,59 
0saka,Jun.24,61 

Tokyo.Aug.6,61 



Tsuyoshi Yamanaka.JPN LosAngeles.Aug.20,61 



Windle.AUS 
Don Schollander.USA 
Don Schollander.USA 
Don Schollander.USA 
Hans-Joachim Klein, FRG 
Don Schollander.USA 
Don Schollander.USA 
Don Schollander.USA 
Don Schollander.USA 
Don Schollander.USA 
Don Schollander.USA 
Mark Spitz.USA 
Mark Spitz.USA 
Mark Spitz.USA 
Mark Spitz.USA 
Tim Shaw.USA 
Bruce Furniss.USA 
Bruce Furniss.USA 
Bruce Furniss.USA 
Bruce Furniss.USA 
Sergei Kopliakov.URS 
Rowdy Gaines.USA 
Rowdy Gaines.USA 
Michael Gross.FRG 
Michael Gross.FRG 
Michael Gross.FRG 
Michael Gross.FRG 
Duncan Armstrong.AUS 
Giorgio LambertiJTA 
Grant Hackett.AUS 
lan Thorpe.AUS 
lan Thorpe.AUS 



Tokyo.Apr.21,63 
LosAngelesJul.27,63 
Tokyo,Aug.17,63 
Osaka.Aug.24,63 
Dortmund.May 24,64 
LosAltos.Aug.1,64 
Los AngelesJul.29,66 
Lincoln.Aug. 19,66 
Winnipeg,Jul.29,67 
Oak Park.Aug.1 2,67 
Long Beacg,Aug.30,68 
Santa Clara.Jul.12,69 
Leipzig,Sep.4,71 
Minsk.Sep.10,71 
Munich.Aug.29,72 
Concord.Aug.23,75 
Long Beach.Jun. 18,75 
Long Beach.Jun.18,75 
Kansas City ,Aug.21, 75 
MontrealJul.19,76 
Potsdam,Apr.7.79 
Austin,Apr.11,80 
Mission Viejo.Jul.19.B2 
Hannover.Jun.21,83 
Rome.Aug.22,83 
Munich,Jun.8,84 
Los Angeles.Jul.29,84 
Seoul,Sep.19,88 
Bonn,Aug.15,89 
Brisbane.Mar 23.99 
Sydney.Aug 23,1999 
Sydney .Aug 24,1999 



Fastest performances 






1 


1:46.00 


PAC99AUG 


lan Thorpe.AUS 


LCM99 


2 


1:46.28 


PAC99AUG 


lan Thorpe.AUS 


LCM99 


3 


1:46.34 


PAC99AUG 


lan Thorpe.AUS 


LCM99 


4 


1:46.67 


AUSLCMAR 


Grant Hackett.AUS 


LCM99 


5 


1:46.69 


EUR89AUG 


Giorgio Lamberti.lTA 


LCM89 


6 


1:46.70 


OLYMPICS 


Evgeni Sadovyi.RUS 


LCM92 


7 


1:46.70 


CWLTHSEP 


lan Thorpe.AUS 


LCM98 


8 


1:46.76 


OLYMPICS 


Anders Holmertz.SWE 


LCM92 


9 


1:46.82 


PAC99AUG 


Michael Klim.AUS 


LCM99 


10 


1:46.99 


AUSLCMAR 


Grant Hackett.AUS 


LCM99 


Fastest performers 






1 - 


1:46.00 


PAC99AUG 


lan Thorpe.AUS 


LCM99 


2 


1:46.67 


AUSLCMAR 


Grant Hackett.AUS 


LCM99 


3 


1:46.69 


EUR89AUG 


Giorgio Lamberti.lTA 


LCM89 


4 


1:46.70 


OLYMPICS 


Evgeni Sadovyi.RUS 


LCM92 


5 


1:46.76 


OLYMPICS 


Anders Holmertz.SWE 


LCM92 


6 


1:46.82 


PAC99AUG 


Michael Klim.AUS 


LCM99 


7 


1:47.09 


EUR99JUL 


Pieter vdHoogenband, NED 


LCM99 


8 


1:47.11 


EUR93AUG 


Antti Kasvio.FIN 


LCM93 


9 


1:47.25 


OLYMPICS 


Duncan Armstrong.AUS 


LCM88 


10 


1:47.44 


SEASN84 


Michael Gross.GER 


LCM84 


11 


1:47.63 


OLYMPICS 


Danyon Loader.NZL 


LCM96 


12 


1:47.72 


USAAUG 


MattBiondi.USA 


LCM88 


13 


1:47.92 


SEASN84 


Michael Heath.USA 


LCM84 


14 


1:47.94 


OLYMPICS 


Vladimir Pyshnenko.RUS 


LCM92 


15 


1:47.96 


EUR89AUG 


Artur Wojdat,P0L 


LCM89 


16 


1:47.97 


PAC89AUG 


Doug Gjertsen.USA 


LCM89 


17 


1:48.01 


EUR99JUL 


Paul Palmer.GBR 


LCM99 


18 


1:48.08 


OLYMPICS 


Gustavo Borges.BRA 


LCM96 


19 


1:48.12 


OLYMPICS 


Steffen Zesner.GER 


LCM92 


20 


1:48.17 


PAC97AUG 


Josh Davis.USA 


LCM97 


21 


1:48.17 


PAC99AUG 


Ryk Neethling.RSA 


LCM99 


22 


1:48.25 


OLYMPICS 


Daniel Kowalski.AUS 


LCM96 


23 


1:48.26 


OLYMPICS 


Uwe Dassler.GDR 


LCM88 


24 


1:48.26 


PAC97AUG 


Chad Carvin.USA 


LCM97 


25 


1:48.30 


W0RLD98 


Massi Rosolino.lTA 


LCM98 



6 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1999 



MEN'S 400 FREESTYLE FACTS 



400 FREESTYLE RECORD CHRONOLOGY 



4:25.9 

4:27.0 

4:25.9 

4:21.8 

4:19.0 

4:16.6 

4:15.9 

4:13.4 

4:12.7 

4:12.2 

4:11.8 

4:11.6 

4:11.1 

4:10.6 

4:10.6e 

4:09.2 

4:08.8 

4:08.2 

4:07.7 

4:06.5 

4:04.0 

4:02.8 

4:02.6 

4:02.1 

4:01.7 

4:00.11 

3:58.18 

3:56.96 

3:54.69 

3:53.95 

3:53.31 

3:53.08 

3:51.93 

3:51.56 

3:51.41 

3:51.40 

3:51.20 

3:50.49 

3:49.57 

3:48.32 

3:47.80 

3:47.38 

3:46.95 

3:46.47 

3:45.00 

3:43.80 

3:41.83 



Murray Rose.AUS 
Murray Rose.AUS 
John Konrads.AUS 
John Konrads.AUS 
John Konrads.AUS 
Tsuyoshi Yamanaka.JPN 
John Konrads.AUS 
Murray Rose,AUS 
Don Schollander.USA 
Don Schollander.USA 
John Nelson.USA 
Don Schollander.USA 
Frank Wiegand.GDR 
Mark Spitz.USA 
Alain Mosconi.FRA 
Alain Mosconi.FRA 
Mark Spitz.USA 
Greg Charlton.USA 
Mark Spitz.USA 
Ralph Hutton.CAN 
Hans Fassnacht.FRG 
John Kinsella.USA 
Gunnar Larsson.SWE 
Tom McBreen.USA 
Brad Cooper.AUS 
Kurt Krumpholz.USA 
Rick DeMont.USA 
Tim Shaw.USA 
Tim Shaw.USA 
Tim Shaw.USA 
Tim Shaw.USA 
Brian Goodell.USA 
Brian Goodell.USA 
Brian Goodell.USA 
Vladimir Salnikov.URS 
Vladimir Salnikov.URS 
Vladimir Salnikov.URS 
Peter Szmidt.CAN 
Vladimir Salnikov.URS 
Vladimir Salnikov.URS 
Michael Gross.FRG 
ArturWojdat,POL 
Uwe Dassler.GDR 
Kieren Perkins.AUS 
Evgeni Sadovyi.EUN 
Kieren Perkins.AUS 
Ian Thorpe.AUS 



Sydney.Jan.12,56 
Meibourne,0ct.27,56 
Sydney,Jan.15,58 
Melbourne.Jan. 12,58 
Sydney,Feb.7,59 
Oska.Jul.26,59 
Sydney.Feb.23,60 
Chicago.Aug.17,62 
Los Altos.Jul.31,64 
Tokyo.Oct.15,64 
Lincoln.Aug.18,66 
Lincoln.Aug.18,66 
Utrecht.Aug.25,66 
Heywood.Jun.25,67 
Monaco.Jul.2,67 
Monaco.Jul.4,67 
Santa Clara.Jul.7,67 
Tokyo,Aug.28.67 
Heywood.Jun.23,68 
Lincoln.Aug.1,68 
Louisville.Aug.14,69 
Los Angeles.Aug.20,70 
Barcelona.Sep.7,70 
Houston,Aug.25,71 
Brisbane.Feb.12,72 
Chicago.Aug.4,72 
Belgrade.Sep.6,73 
Concord.Aug.22,74 
Concord.Aug.22,74 
Long Beach.Jun. 19,75 
Kansas City.Aug.20,75 
Long Beach.Jun. 18,76 
MontreaUul.22,76 
Berlin.Aug.27,78 
Potsdam.Apr.6,79 
Moscow,Aug.19,79 
Potsdam,Feb.29,80 
Etobicoke,Jul.15,1980 
Moscow.Mar 12,82 
Moscow.Feb.19,83 
Wuppertal,Jun.27,85 
Orlando.Mar.25,88 
Seout.Sep.23,88 
Canberra.Apr.3,92 
Barcelona.Jul.29,92 
Rome,Sep.9,94 
Sydney,Aug 22,1999 



400 METRES FREESTYLE 
Fastest performances 

1 3:41.83 PAC99AUG 

2 3:43.80 W0RLD94 

3 3:43.85 AUSLCMAR 

4 3:44.35 CWLTHSEP 

5 3:44.88 CWLTHSEP 

6 3:45.00 OLYMPICS 

7 3:45.16 OLYMPICS 

8 3:45.59 AUSLCMAR 

9 3:45.77 CWLTHAUG 

10 3:45.90 AUSAGAPR 
Fastest performers 

1 3:41.83 PAC99AUG 

2 3:43.80 WORLD94 

3 3:44.88 CWLTHSEP 

4 3:45.00 OLYMPICS 

5 3:45.96 EUR97AUG 

6 3:46.31 PAC99AUG 

7 3:46.77 OLYMPICS 

8 3:46.95 OLYMPICS 

9 3:47.15 OLYMPICS 

10 3:47.34 OLYMPICS 

11 3:47.80 FRGNATLS 

12 3:47.81 EUR93AUG 

13 3:47.97 OLYMPICS 

14 3:48.02 W0RLD98 

15 3:48.04 W0RLD91 

16 3:48.06 USAAUG 

17 3:48.11 EUR97AUG 

18 3:48.30 FRGNATS 

19 3:48.32 SEASN83 

20 3:48.59 OLYMPICS 

21 3:48.68 EUR89AUG 

22 3:48.79 OLYMPICS 

23 3:48.86 AUSLCMAR 

24 3:48.99 USTRSMAR 

25 3:49.04 EUR99JUL 



Ian Thorpe.AUS 
Kieren Perkins.AUS 
Ian Thorpe,AUS 
Ian Thorpe.AUS 
Grant Hackett.AUS 
Evgeni Sadovyi.RUS 
Kieren Perkins.AUS 
Grant Hackett.AUS 
Kieren Perkins.AUS 
Grant Hackett.AUS 



Ian Thorpe,AUS 
Kieren Perkins.AUS 
Grant Hackett.AUS 
Evgeni Sadovyi.RUS 
Emiliano BrembillaJTA 
Ryk Neethling.RSA 
Anders Holmertz.SWE 
Uwe Dassler.GDR 
Duncan Armstrong.AUS 
Artur Wojdat.POL 
Michael Gross.GER 
Antti Kasvio.FIN 
Danyon Loader.NZL 
Paul Palmer.GBR 
Jorg Hoffmann.GER 
Matt Cetlinski.USA 
Massi Rosolino.lTA 
Rainer Henkel.GER 
Vladimir Salnikov.URS 
Mariusz Podkoscielny.POL 
Stefan Pfeiffer.GER 
Ian Brown.AUS 
Daniel Kowalski.AUS 
Tom Dolan.USA 
Dragos Coman.ROM 



CM99 
CM94 
CM99 
CM98 
CM98 
CM92 
CM92 
CM99 
CM94 
CM99 

CM99 
CM94 
CM98 
CM92 
CM97 
CM99 
CM92 
CM88 
CM88 
CM88 
CM85 
CM93 
CM96 
CM98 
CM91 
CM88 
CM97 
CM86 
CM83 
CM88 
CM89 
CM92 
CM99 
CM96 
CM99 



13) 3:59.14 Shusuke lto,76.JPN 

14) 3:59.27 Kieren Perkins,73,AUS 

15) 4:01.06 Chuck Sayao,82,CAN 

16) 4:02.95 Tim Peterson,78,CAN 

17) 4:05.08 Andrew Hurd,82,CAN 

18) 4:08.77 Torin Hay,80,NZL 

19) 4:17.68 Kuo Tung Hsu,83,TPE 

20) 4:28.57 Shu-Jen Lin,83,TPE 
1500 METRES FREESTYLE, Aug 29 pm 

1) 14:45.60 Grant Hackett.80.AUS 

2) 15:02.40 Ryk Neethling,77,RSA 

3) 15:04.68 Chris Thompson,78,USA 

4) 15:15.68 Craig Stevens,80,AUS 

5) 15:15.79 Masato Hirano,75.JPN 

6) 15:30.61 Jon Younghouse,78,USA 

7) 15:41.12 Andrew Hurd.82.CAN 

8) 15:42.08 Tim Peterson,78,CAN 
Prelims, Aug 28 am 

1) 15:11.52 Chris Thompson,78,USA 

2) 15:12.64 Grant Hackett,80,AUS 

3) 15:22.85 Ryk Neethling,77.RSA 

4) 15:23.34 Craig Stevens,80,AUS 

5) 15:24.39 Masato Hirano.75,JPN 

6) 15:28.43 Kieren Perkins.73.AUS 

7) 15:33.19 Jon Younghouse,78.USA 

8) 15:42.93 Erik Vendt.81.USA 

9) 15:44.59 Tim Peterson,78,CAN 

10) 15:57.27 Andrew Hurd,82,CAN 

11) 16:01.75 Mark Johnston.79,CAN 

12) 16:03 03 Trent Steed,77,AUS 

13) 16:25.47 Chuck Sayao,82,CAN 

14) 16:54.83 Kuo Tung Hsu.83.TPE 

100 METRES BACKSTROKE, Aug 24 pm 

1) w53.60 Lenny Krayzelburg.75.USA 

2) 55.13 Matt Welsh,76.AUS 



55.18 
55.39 
55.61 
55.62 
55.82 
8) 55.87 
Semi-Final, 



5407 
55.42 
55 56 
55.58 
55.70 
55.83 
55.84 
56.07 
56.15 

10) 56.16 

11) 56.40 

12) 56.48 

13) 56.52 

14) 56.64 

15) 57.17 

16) 57.57 
Prelims, Au 



54.80 
55.92 
56.07 
56.07 
56.09 
56.17 
56.25 
56.40 

9) 56.42 

10) 56.50 

11) 56.61 



JoshWatson,77,AUS 
Robert Brewer.74,USA 
Atsushi Nishikori,78,JPN 
Keitaro Konnar,78,JPN 
Mark Versfeld,76,CAN 
Chris Renaud,76.CAN 
Aug 23 pm 

Lenny Krayzelburg.75.USA 
Matt Welsh.76,AUS 
Robert Brewer,74,USA 
Atsushi Nishikori,78,JPN 
Keitaro Konnai,78,JPN 
Mark Vers1eld,76,CAN 
Josh Watson,77,AUS 
Brad Bridgewater,73,USA 
Raymond Hass,77,AUS 
Neil Walker,76,USA 
Chris Renaud,76,CAN 
Cameron Delaney,80,AUS 
Dustin Hersee,75,CAN 
Simon Thirsk,77,RSA 
Alex Lim,80,MAS 
Greg Hamm,76,CAN 
;23am 

Lennv Krayzelburg,75,USA 
Atsushi Nishikori,78,JPN 
Keitaro Konnai,78,JPN 
JoshWatson,77,AUS 
Robert Brewer .74.USA 
Mart Welsh,76.AUS 
Mark Versfeld,76,CAN 
Brad Bridgewater.73,USA 
Raymond Hass,77,AUS 
Dustin Hersee,75,CAN 
NeilWalker,76,USA 



12) 56.82 Chris Renaud,76,CAN 

13) 56.96 Simon Thirsk,77,RSA 

14) 57.02 Alex Lim,80,MAS 

15) 57.31 Cameron Delaney,80,AUS 

16) 57.43 Greg Hamm,76,CAN 

17) 57.69 NaoyaSonoda,82,JPN 

18) 57.90 Robert Van Der Zant,75,AUS 

19) 58.02 Scott Miller,75,AUS 

20) 58.22 Geoff Huegill,79,AUS 

21) 58.48 Greg Main-Baillie,78,RSA 

22) 58.79 Scott Talbot-Cameron,82,NZL 

23) 58.82 Torin Hay,80,NZL 

200 METRES BACKSTROKE, Aug 27 pm 

1) w1:55.87 Lenny Krayzelburg,75,USA 

2) 1:59.87 Raymond Hass,77,AUS 

3) 1:59.98 Cameron Delaney.80.AUS 

4) 2:00.14 Chris Renaud.76.CAN 

5) 2:00.20 Brad Bridgewater,73,USA 

6) 2:00.87 Keitaro Konnai.78.JPN 

7) 2:02.02 Naoya Sonoda,82,JPN 

8) 2:02.13 Scott Talbot-Cameron.82,NZL 
Semi-Final, Aug 26 pm 

1) 1:57.41 Lenny Krayzelburg,75,USA 

2) 1:59.08 Raymond Hass,77,AUS 

3) 2:00.43 Cameron Delaney,80,AUS 

4) 2:00.46 Brad Bridgewater.73.USA 

5) 2:00.53 Keitaro Konnai,78,JPN 

6) 2:00.80 Josh Watson,77,AUS 

7) 2:01.38 Chris Renaud,76,CAN 

8) 2:01.44 Scott Talbot-Cameron,82,NZL 

9) 2:01.53 Naoya Sonoda,82,JPN 

10) 2:01,53 Dustin Hersee,75,CAN 

11) 2:01.57 Matt Welsh.76,AUS 

12) 2:01.67 Greg Hamm.76.CAN 

13) 2:02.67 Yong Fu,78,CHN 



14) 2:02.71 Mark Versfeld,76,CAN 

15) 2:03.46 Josh Davis,72,USA 

16) 2:03.47 Alex Lim.80.MAS 
Prelims, Aug 26 am 

1) 2:00.27 Raymond Hass,77,AUS 

2) 2:00.54 Lenny Krayzelburg,75,USA 

3) 2:01.15 Matt Welsh,76.AUS 

4) 2:01.36 Cameron Delaney,80,AUS 

5) 2:01.61 Josh Davis,72,USA 

6) 2:01.91 Keitaro Konnai,78.JPN 

7) 2:02.02 Brad Bridgewater,73,USA 

8) 2:02.02 Naoya Sonoda,82,JPN 

9) 2:02.19 Greg Hamm,76,CAN 

10) 2:02.21 Chris Renaud.76.CAN 

11) 2:02.23 Josh Walson,77,AUS 

12) 2:02.48 Scott Talbot-Cameron,82,NZL 

13) 2:02.49 Dustin Hersee,75,CAN 

14) 2:03.48 Alex Lim,80,MAS 

15) 2:03.76 Yong Fu.78.CHN 

16) 2:04.44 Mark Versfeld,76,CAN 

17) 2:05.19 Chuck Sayao.82,CAN 

18) 2:05.44 Torin Hay,80,NZL 

19) 2:05.56 Simon Thirsk,77,RSA 

20) 2:07.37 Atsushi Nishikori,78,JPN 

21) 2:08,73 Greg Main-Baillie,78,RSA 

22) 2:11.14 Carl Probert,75,FIJ 

23) 2:16.21 Kuo Tung Hsu.83.TPE 

100 METRES BREASTSTROKE, Aug 23 pm 



1:02.06 Simon Cowley,80,AUS 
1:02.26 Regan Harrison,78,AUS 
1:02.37 Morgan Knabe.81, CAN 
1:02.65 Brett Petersen.77.RSA 
1:02.70 Michael Norment.75.USA 
1:02.79 Kurt Grote.73,USA 
Ryosuke lmai,78,JPN 
Akira Hayashi,74,JPN 
Semi-Final, Aug 22 pm 



D 1 

2) 1 

3) 1 

4) 1 

5) 1 

6) 

7) 1 

8) 1 



D 1 
2) 1 



3) 1 

4) 1 

5) 1 

6) 1 
/) 1 

8) 1 

9) 1 

10) 1 

11) 1 

12) 1 

13) 1 

14) 1 

15) 1 

16) 1 



01.60 Simon Cowley,80,AUS 

:02.38 Akira Hayashi,74,JPN 

02.72 Michael Norment,75,USA 

02.82 Kurt Grote.73,USA 

02.93 Regan Harrison,78,AUS 

02.94 Ryosuke lmai,78,JPN 
03.18 Morgan Knabe.81. CAN 
03.31 Ryan Mitchell,77,AUS 
03.36 Brett Petersen,77,RSA 
03.52 Terence Parkin,80,RSA 
03.58 Steven Ferguson.80.NZL 
03.82 Nathan Hewitt,79,AUS 
04.39 Chris Stewart,78,RSA 
04.69 Michel Boulianne,78,CAN 
04.91 Gregory 0wen,81,RSA 
05.15 Elvin Chia.77,MAS 



Prelims, Aug 22 am 



1) 1 
2) 
3) 
4) 
5) 1 



:01 .87 Simon Cowley,80,AUS 

:02.56 Morgan Knabe.81 .CAN 

:02.59 Michael Norment,75,USA 

:02.91 Steven Ferguson,80,NZL 

:02.99 Akira Hayashi,74,JPN 

:03.01 Regan Harrison.78.AUS 

:03 12 Ryosuke lmai,78,JPN 

:03.44 Nathan Hewift,79,AUS 

:03.50 Elvin Chia,77,MAS 

:03.53 Ryan Mitchell.77.AUS 

:03.54 Kurt Grote.73,USA 

:03.86 Gregory 0wen.81.RSA 

:03.93 Chris Stewart,78,RSA 

:04.05 Brett Pelersen,77,RSA 

:04.16 Terence Parkin,80,RSA 

:04.17 Michel Boulianne,78,CAN 

:04.40 Yoshinobu Miyazaki,78,JPN 

:04.43 Jason Hunter,80,CAN 

1:04.56 Justin Norris,80,AUS 

:04.84 Qiliang Zeng,77.CHN 

:05.12 Matthew Huang,84,CAN 

:05.20 Chi Kin Tam,80,HKG 

:06.02 Trent Steed,77,AUS 

i.33 MatthewKwok.81.HKG 

i.39 Michael Scott,80,HKG 

:07.32 Dean Kent.79.NZL 

11.74 Gentle Offoin,75,NGR 
200 METRES BREASTSTROKE, Aug 26 p 

1) 2:12.98 Simon Cowley,80,AUS 

2) 2:13.97 Tom Wilkens.75.USA 

3) 2:14.12 Terence Parkin.80.RSA 

4) 2:14.53 Regan Harrison,78,AUS 



6) 1 

7) 1 

8) 1 

9) 1 

10) 1 

11) 1 

12) 1 

13) 1 

14) 1 

15) 1 
16) 
17) 

18) 1 

19) 1 

20) 1 

21) 1 
22) 

23) 1 

24) 1 

25) 1 

26) 1 

27) 1 



5) 


2:15.41 


Kurt Grote,73,USA 


6) 


2:15.64 


Akira Hayashi,74,JPN 


7) 


2:16.41 


Elvin Chia,77,MAS 


8) 


2:18.41 Yoshinobu Miyazaki,78,JPN 


Semi-Final, 


Ann nm 
nuy cj \}\\\ 


1) 


2:13.31 


Simon Cowley,80,AUS 


2) 


2:13.78 


Rpnan Harrknn 7fi Al R 


3) 


2:14.04 


Tom Wilkens,75,USA 


4) 


2:14.67 


Rvsn Milrhpll 77 Al 1^ 
nydi i ivlliu igii, 1 1 ,nu 


5) 


2:15.19 


Kurt Grote.73.USA 


6) 


2:15.26 


Terence Parkin,80,RSA 


7) 


2:15.34 


Akira Havashi 74 IPM 


8) 


2:16.90 


Flvin Hhia 77 MA"? 

li vii i ui no,' i ,ivm<j 


9) 


2:17.48 


Nathan Hewitt,79,AUS 


10) 


2:18.09 


Ynshinnhii Miw7flki 7ft IPM 

1 UOMIIIUUU ■ V 1 1 juiuM, 1 U ,0 1 1) 


11) 


2:18.09 


Mifhpl Rouliannp 78 CAN 


12) 


2:18.27 


Ryosuke lmai,78,JPN 


13) 


2:19.29 


Jason Hunter .80.CAN 


14) 


2:19.68 


Gregory 0wen,81,RSA 


15) 


2:19.79 


Steven Ferguson, 80.NZL 


16) 


2:20.33 


Michael Norment 75 USA 


Prelims, Aug 


25 am 


1) 


2:15.43 


Simon Cowley,80,AUS 


2) 


2:15.67 


Ryan M itchel 1 . 77 . AUS 


3) 


2:15.73 


Tom Wilkens,75,USA 


4) 


2:16.34 


Terence Parkin,80,RSA 


5) 


2:16.88 


Akira Hayashi,74,JPN 


6) 


2:16.98 


Regan Harrison, 78,AUS 


7) 


2:17.90 


Yoshinobu Miyazaki,78,JPN 


8) 


2:18.03 


Michel Boulianne.78.CAN 


9) 


2:18.78 


Elvin Chia,77,MAS 


10) 


2:18.81 


Ryosuke lmai,78,JPN 


11) 


2:19.03 


Nathan Hewitt,79,AUS 


12) 


2:19.08 


Kurt Grote,73,USA 


13) 


2:19.35 


Steven Ferguson,80,NZL 


14) 


2:19.44 


Michael Norment 75 USA 


15) 


2:19.66 


Jason Hunter .80.CAN 


16) 


2:20.18 


Gregory 0wen.81.RSA 


17) 


2:20.55 


Chi Kin Tam.80.HKG 


18) 


2:20.78 


Matthew Huang,84,CAN 


19) 


2:21.68 


Morgan Knabe,81,CAN 


20) 


2:23.20 


Dean Kent.79,NZL 


21) 


2:23.65 


Michael Scott.80.HKG 


22) 


2:23.75 


Chris Stewart.78.RSA 


23) 


2:24.74 


Brett Petersen,77,RSA 


24) 


2:26.55 


Matthew Kwok.81.HKG 


100 METRES BUTTERFLY, Aug 28 pm 


1) 


52.49 


Michael Klim,77,AUS 


2) 


52.51 


Geoff Huegill,79,AUS 


3) 


52.93 


Takashi Yamamoto,78,JPN 


4) 


53.38 


DodWales,76,USA 


5) 


53.86 


Brock Newman,77,USA 


6) 


54.01 


Michael Minlenko,75,CAN 


7) 


54.28 


TheoVerster,75,RSA 


8) 


54.34 


Ryan Kelly,76,RSA 


Semi-Final, 


Aug 27 pm 


1) 


52.45 


Geoff Huegill,79,AUS 


2) 


52.76 


Michael Klim,77,AUS 


3) 


53.01 


Scott Miller,75,AUS 


4) 


53.14 


Takashi Yamamoto,78,JPN 


5) 


53.73 


DodWales,76,USA 


6) 


53.94 


Brock Newman,77,USA 


7) 


53.97 


Michael Mintenko,75,CAN 


8) 


54.18 


Bryan Jones,78,USA 


9) 


54.31 


Ian Crocker.82.USA 


10) 


54.34 


TheoVerster,75,RSA 


11) 


54.52 


William Kirby,75,AUS 


12) 


55.03 


Ryan Kelly,76,RSA 


13) 


55.08 


Ryo Takayasu.81 .JPN 


14) 


55.15 


Adam Sioui.82,CAN 


15) 


55.40 


Shamek Pietucha,76,CAN 


16) 


55.88 


Douglas Browne.78.CAN 


Prelims, Aug 27 am 


1) 


52.86 


Geoff Huegill,79,AUS 


2) 


53.34 


Scott Miller,75,AUS 


3) 


53.64 


Takashi Yamamoto,78,JPN 


4) 


53.72 


Michael Klim,77,AUS 


5) 


53.86 


Theo Verster,75,RSA 


6) 


54.01 


DodWales,76,USA 


7) 


54.10 


Bryan Jones,78,USA 


8) 


54.37 


Brock Newman,77,USA 


9) 


54.41 


Michael Mintenko,75,CAN 


10) 


54.56 


Shamek Pielucha,76,CAN 


11) 


54.62 


William Kirby.75.AUS 


12) 


54.89 


Ryan Kelly,76,RSA 


13) 


54.93 


Justin Norris,80,AUS 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1999 



7 



MEN'S 100 BACKSTROKE FACTS 



100 BACKSTROKE RECORD CHRONOLOGY 


1:02.2 


David Theile.AUS 


Melbourne.Dec.6,56 


1:01.5 


John Monckton.AUS 


Melbourne.Feb.15,58 


1:01.3 


Robert Bennett.USA 


Los Angeles.Aug.19,61 


1:01.0 


Tom Stock,USA 


Cuyahoga Falls.Aug.11,62 


1:00.9 


Tom Stock.USA 


Cuyahoga Falls,Aug.12,62 


1:00.8 


Ernst-J. Kuppers.FRG 


Dortmund.Aug.28,64 


1:00.0 


Thompson Mann.USA 


New York.Sep.3,64 


59.6 


Thompson Mann.USA 


Tokyo,0ct.16,64 


59.5 


Doug Russell.USA 


Tokyo.Aug.28,67 


59.3 


Charles Hickcox.USA 


Tokyo.Aug.28,67 


59.1 


Chalres Hickcox.USA 


Tokyo.Aug.31,67 


58.4 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Leipzig.Sep.21,67 


58.0 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Mexico City.Oct.26,68 


57.8 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Wurzburg.Aug.23,69 


57.8e 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Novosibirsk.Apr 15,70 


56.9 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Barceiona.Sep.8,70 


56.7 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Leipzig.Sep.4,71 


56.6 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Moscow.Apr 8,72 


56.3 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Moscow.Apr.9,72 


56.30e 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Munich.Sep.4,72 


56.19 


John Naber.USA 


Montreal.Jul.18,76 


55.49 


John Naber.USA 


Montreal.Jul.19.76 


55.44 


Rick Carey.USA 


Clovis.Aug.6,83 


55.38 


Rick Carey.USA 


Clovis.Aug.6,83 


55.19 


Rick Carey.USA 


Caracas.Aug.21,83 


55.17 


IgorPolianski.URS 


Tallinn,Mar.15,88 


55.16 


Igor Polianski.URS 


Tallinn.Mar.16,88 


55.00 


IgorPolianski.URS 


Moscow.Jul.16,88 


54.95 


David Berkoff.USA 


Austin.Aug.13,88 


54.91 


David Berkoff.USA 


Austin,Aug.13,88 


54.51 


David Berkoff.USA 


Seoul.Sep.24,88 



100 METRES BACKSTROKE 



Fastest performances 






1 


53.60 


PAC99AUG 


Lenny Krayzelburg.USA 


LCM99 


2 


53.67 


PAC99AUG 


Lenny Krayzelburg.USA 


LCM99 


3 


53.86 


OLYMPICS 


Jeff Rouse.USA 


LCM92 


4 


53.93 


PAC91AUG 


Jeff Rouse.USA 


LCM91 


5 


53.95 


OLYMPICS 


Jeff Rouse.USA 


LCM96 


6 


53.98 


OLYMPICS 


Mark Tewksbury.CAN 


LCM92 


7 


54.00 


USALCAUG 


Lenny Krayzelburg.USA 


LCM99 


8 


54.04 


OLYMPICS 


Jeff Rouse.USA 


LCM92 


9 


54.07 


USAMAR 


Jeff Rouse.USA 


LCM92 


10 


54.07 


PAC99AUG 


Lenny Krayzelburg.USA 


LCM99 


Fastest performers 






1 


53.60 


PAC99AUG 


Lenny Krayzelburg.USA 


LCM99 


2 


53.86 


OLYMPICS 


Jeff Rouse.USA 


LCM92 


3 


53.98 


OLYMPICS 


Mark Tewksbury.CAN 


LCM92 


4 


54.43 


GOODWJUL 


StevTheloke.GER 


LCM98 


5 


54.51 


OLYMPICS 


David Berkoff.USA 


LCM88 


6 


54.67 


TUSCNOV 


Martin Lopez-Zubero.ESP 


LCM91 


7 


54.77 


USNATJUL 


NeilWalker.USA 


LCM97 


8 


54.83 


OLYMPICS 


Neisser Bent.CUB 


LCM96 


9 


54.93 


PAN99AUG 


Rodolfo Falcon.CUB 


LCM99 


10 


54.94 


USTRSMAR 


Tripp Schwenk.USA 


LCM96 


11 


55.00 


URSJUL 


IgorPolianski.URS 


LCM88 


12 


55.00 


SHEFFAPR 


Martin Harris.GBR 


LCM95 


13 


55.04 


GBRMAR 


NeilWilley.GBR 


LCM96 


14 


55.05 


OLYMPICS 


Daichi Suzuki.JPN 


LCM88 


15 


55.13 


PAC99AUG 


MaftWelsh.AUS 


LCM99 


16 


55.15 


PAC93AUG 


Brian Retterer.USA 


LCM93 


17 


55.17 


WORLD98 


MarkVersfeld.CAN 


LCM98 


18 


55.17 


PAN99AUG 


Alexandre Massura.BRA 


LCM99 


19 


55.18 


FRAAPR 


Franck Schott.FRA 


LCM92 


20 


55.18 


PAC99AUG 


Josh Watson.AUS 


LCM99 


21 


55.19 


SEASN83 


Rick Carey.USA 


LCM83 


22 


55.21 


USAAUG 


Derek Weatheriord.USA 


LCM92 


23 


55.22 


CANMAY 


Sean Murphy.CAN 


LCM88 


24 


55.26 


USNATAUG 


Robert Brewer.USA 


LCM98 


25 


55.31 


RUSAPR 


Vladimir Selkov.RUS 


LCM96 



New regulations: no hand touch required at turn Mar.3,91 
53.93 Jeff Rouse.USA Edmonton.Aug.25,1991 
53.86 Jeff Rouse.USA Barcelona.Jul.31,1992 
53.60 Lenny Krayzelburg.USA Sydney .Aug 24,1999 



MEN'S 200 BACKSTROKE FACTS 



200 METRES BACKSTROKE 



200 BACKSTROKE RECORD CHRONOLOGY 


2:18.8 


John Monckton.AUS 


Sydney.Jan.15,58 


2:18.4 


John Monckton,AUS 


Melbourne.Feb.18,58 


2:17.9 


Frank McKinney.USA 


Los Altos.Jul.12,59 


2:17.8 


Frank McKinney.USA 


Osaka,Jul.25,59 


2:17.6 


Charles Bittick.USA 


Los Angeles.Jun.26,60 


2:16.0 


Tom Stock.USA 


Toledo.Jul.24,60 


2:13.2 


Tom Stock.USA 


Cfiicago,Jul.2,61 


2:11.5 


Tom Stock.USA 


Los Angeles,Aug.20,61 


2:10.9 


Tom Stock,USA Cuyahoga Falls.Aug.10,62 


2:10.3 


JedGraeff.USA 


Tokyo,Oct.13,64 


2:09.4 


Charles Hickcox.USA 


Tokyo.Aug.29,67 


2:07.9 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Leipzig,Nov.8,67 


2:07.5 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Lepizig.Aug.14,68 


2:07.4 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Santa Clara,Jul.12,69 


2:06.6 


Gary Hall.USA 


Louisville,Aug.14,69 


2:06.4 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Berlin.Aug.29,69 


2:06.3 


Michael Stamm.USA 


Los Angeles.Aug.20,70 


2:06.1 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Barcelona.Sep.11,70 


2:05.6 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Leipzig,Sep.3,71 


2:02.8 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Leipzig.Jul.10,72 


2:02.82e 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Munich.Sep.2,72 


2:01.87 


Roland Matthes.GDR 


Belgrade.Sep.6,73 


2:00.64 


John Naber.USA 


Long Beach,Jun.19,76 


1:59.19 


John Naber.USA 


Montreal.Jul.24,76 


1:58.93 


Rick Carey.USA 


Clovis.Aug.3,83 


1:58.86 


Rick Carey.USA 


lndianapolis.Jun.27,84 


1:58.41 


Sergei Zabolotnov.URS 


Moscow.Aug.21,84 


1:58.14 


Igor Polianski.URS 


Erfurt.Mar.1,85 


New regulations: no hand touch required at turn Mar.3,91 


1:57.30 


Martin Lopez-Zubero.ESPFtiauderdale.Aug.13,91 


1:56.57 


Martin Lopez-Zubero.ESP Tuscaloosa.Nov.23,91 


1:55.87 


Lenny Krayzelburg.USA 


Sydney.Aug 27,1999 



Fastest performances 






1 1 


55.87 


PAC99AUG 


Lenny Krayzelburg.USA 


LCM99 


2 1 


56.57 


TUSCNOV 


Martin Lopez-Zubero.ESP 


LCM91 


3 1 


56.68 


USALCAUG 


Lenny Krayzelburg.USA 


LCM99 


4 1 


56.95 


USALCMAR 


Lenny Krayzelburg.USA 


LCM99 


5 1 


57.30 


USAAUG 


Martin Lopez-Zubero.ESP 


LCM91 


6 1 


57.38 


USNATAUG 


Lenny Krayzelburg.USA 


LCM98 


7 1 


57.41 


PAC99AUG 


Lenny Krayzelburg.USA 


LCM99 


8 1 


57.42 


WORLD94 


Vladimir Selkov.RUS 


LCM94 


9 1 


57.68 


EVANSJUL 


Lenny Krayzelburg.USA 


LCM99 


10 1 


57.70 


ITAMAR 


Emanuele Merisi.lTA 


LCM96 


Fastest performances 






1 1 


55.87 


PAC99AUG 


Lenny Krayzelburg.USA 


LCM99 


2 1 


56.57 


TUSCNOV 


Martin Lopez-Zubero.ESP 


LCM91 


3 1 


57.42 


WORLD94 


Vladimir Selkov.RUS 


LCM94 


4 1 


57.70 


ITAMAR 


Emanuele Merisi.lTA 


LCM96 


5 1 


58.14 


GDRURS 


Igor Polianski.URS 


LCM85 


6 1 


58,24 


USNATAUG 


Brad Bridgewater.USA 


LCM98 


7 1 


58.33 


USAAUG 


Tripp Schwenk.USA 


LCM95 


8 1 


58.37 


ITAAUG 


Stefano Battistelli.lTA 


LCM92 


9 1 


58.41 


SEASN84 


Sergei Zabolotnov.URS 


LCM84 


10 1 


58.42 


GERMAY 


Ralf Braun.GER 


LCM96 


11 1 


58.66 


USAMAR 


Royce Sharp.USA 


LCM92 


12 1 


58.72 


CHNOCT 


Yong Fu.CHN 


LCM97 


13 1 


58.86 


SEASN84 


Rick Carey.USA 


LCM84 


14 1 


59.08 


PAC99AUG 


Raymond Hass.AUS 


LCM99 


15 1 


59.19 


SEASN76 


John Naber.USA 


LCM76 


16 1 


59.21 


USALCAUG 


Tate Blahnik.USA 


LCM99 


17 1 


59.28 


USAAUG 


Tom Dolan.USA 


LCM95 


18 1 


59.31 


USAJUL 


Greg Burgess.USA 


LCM93 


19 1 


59.31 


WORLD94 


Tamas Deutsch.HUN 


LCM94 


20 1 


59.33 


PAN99AUG 


Leonardo Costa.BRA 


LCM99 


21 1 


59.37 


USAMAR 


Jeff Rouse.USA 


LCM92 


22 1 


59.39 


WORLD98 


MarkVersfeld.CAN 


LCM98 


23 1 


59.40 


OLYMPICS 


Tino Weber.GER 


LCM92 


24 1 


59.46 


EUR99JUL 


Gordan Kozulj.CRO 


LCM99 


25 1 


59.49 


JPNAPR 


Hajime Itoi.JPN 


LCM92 



14) 55.08 Adam Sioui.82.CAN 

15) 55.58 Douglas Browne,78,CAN 

16) 55.59 Colin Sood.73,CAN 

17) 55.81 UgurTaner,74,USA 

18) 55.83 lanCrocker.82.USA 

19) 55.91 Ryo Takayasu,81 JPN 

20) 56.18 Joseph Marus,75,USA 

21) 56.21 Kyu-CheulHan.81.K0R 

22) 56.24 Hisayoshi Tanaka,79,JPN 

23) 56.28 Nicholas Sheeran,77,NZL 

24) 56.28 Greg Shaw,77.AUS 

25) 56.75 Philip Weiss,79,CAN 

26) 57.80 Dean Kent,79,NZL 

27) 58.16 Cheng-Hua Tseng,77,TPE 

28) 1:02.00 Merlin Fredericks,79,RSA 
200 METRES BUTTERFLY, Aug 25 pm 

1) 1:55.41 Tom Malchow,76,USA 

2) 1:57.33 Takashi Yamamoto,78,JPN 

3) 1:57.82 Ugur Taner,74,USA 

4) 1:58.53 William Kirby.75.AUS 

5) 1:58.98 Greg Shaw,77,AUS 

6) 1:59.43 Hisayoshi Tanaka,79,JPN 

7) 1:59.53 Xufeng Xie,78,CHN 

8) 2:00.00 Shamek Pietucfia.76.CAN 
Semi-Final Aug 24 pm 

1) 1:55.76 Tom Malchow,76,USA 

2) 1:57.68 Ugur Taner,74,USA 

3) 1:58.74 Takashi Yamamoto,78,JPN 

4) 1:58.83 William Kirby,75,AUS 

5) 1:59.11 Xufeng Xie,78,CHN 

6) 1:59.14 Hisayoshi Tanaka,79,JPN 

7) 1:59.19 Greg Shaw.77.AUS 

8) 1:59.28 Shamek Pietucha,76,CAN 

9) 1:59.44 Justin Norris.80.AUS 

10) 2:0051 Philip Weiss,79,CAN 

11) 2:00.84 Adam Sioui,82,CAN 

12) 2:01.63 Theo Verster,75,RSA 

13) 2:02.83 Trent Steed,77,AUS 

14) 2:03.70 Douglas Browne,78,CAN 

15) 2:04.48 Tatsuya Kinugasa,74,JPN 

dns Kyu-Chul Han,81.K0R 
Prelims, Aug 24 am 



1:56.07 Tom Malchow,76,USA 

1:58.95 Takashi Yamamoto,78,JPN 

1:59.05 William Kirby.75,AUS 

1:59.20 Greg Shaw,77,AUS 

1:59.25 UgurTaner,74,USA 

1:59.66 Xufeng Xie.78.CHN 

2:00.27 Shamek Pietucha,76,CAN 

2:00.35 Justin Norris,80,AUS 

2:0054 Hisayoshi Tanaka.79,JPN 

10) 2:01.00 Kyu-Cheul Han,81.K0R 

11) 2:01.41 Adam Sioui,82,CAN 

12) 2:01.47 Philip Weiss,79,CAN 

13) 2:02.77 Douglas Browne,78,CAN 

14) 2:02.82 Trent Steed.77.AUS 

15) 2:02.84 Theo Verster,75,RSA 

16) 2:03.01 Grant McGregor,78,AUS 

17) 2:04.15 Craig Stevens,80,AUS 

18) 2:04.16 Tatsuya Kinugasa.74,JPN 

19) 2:05.66 Dean Kent,79,NZL 

20) 2:05.79 Nicholas Sheeran.77.NZL 

21) 2:07.62 Cheng-Hua Tseng,77,TPE 
200 METRES IND.MEDLEY, Aug 27 
1) 2:01.01 Tom Wilkens,75,USA 

2:01.64 Curtis Myden,73,CAN 

2:01.86 Matthew Dunn,73,AUS 

2:03.22 Grant McGregor,78.AUS 

2:03.33 Ron Karnaugh,66,USA 

2:03.52 Terence Parkin,80,RSA 

2:04.24 Theo Verster,75,RSA 

8) 2:04.31 Xufeng Xie,78,CHN 
Semi-Final, Aug 26 

I) 2:02.38 Curtis Myden,73,CAN 
2:02.65 Grant McGregor,78,AUS 
2:02.78 Tom Wilkens,75,USA 
2:02.87 Matthew Dunn,73,AUS 
2:03.36 Ron Karnaugh,66,USA 
2:03.51 Terence Parkin.80,RSA 
2:03.60 Theo Verster,75,RSA 
2:03.99 Justin Norris,80,AUS 
2:04.01 Xufeng Xie,78,CHN 
2:04.14 JoYoshimi,70,JPN 

II) 2:04.26 Dean Kent,79,NZL 

12) 2:04.27 Takahiro Mori.80.JPN 

13) 2:04.62 Kyu-Cheul Han.81.K0R 



14) 2:05.10 Robert Van Der Zant,75,AUS 

15) 2:05.73 Tatsuya Kinugasa,74,JPN 

16) 2:07.11 Owen Von Richter.75.CAN 
Prelims, Aug 26 am 

1) 2:02.60 Matthew Dunn,73,AUS 

2) 2:02.79 Grant McGregor,78,AUS 

3) 2:02.86 Curtis Myden,73,CAN 

4) 2:03.00 Robert Van Der Zant,75,AUS 

5) 2:03.11 Theo Verster,75,RSA 

6) 2:03.29 Justin Norris.80.AUS 

7) 2:03.52 Tom Wilkens,75,USA 

8) 2:03.54 Xufeng Xie,78,CHN 

9) 2:04.17 Ron Karnaugfi,66,USA 

10) 2:04.20 Owen Von Richter,75,CAN 

11) 2:04.33 Dean Kent,79,NZL 

12) 2:04.60 Jo Yoshimi,70,JPN 

13) 2:04.64 Takahiro Mori,80,JPN 

14) 2:04.78 Trent Steed.77,AUS 

15) 2:05.03 Terence Parkin.80.RSA 

16) 2:05.81 Kyu-Cheul Han,81,K0R 

17) 2:06.26 Tatsuya Kinugasa,74,JPN 

18) 2:06.85 Steven Ferguson,80,NZL 

19) 2:08.55 Philip Weiss,79,CAN 

20) 2:11.44 Brian Johns,82,CAN 

21) 2:12.79 Cheng-Hua Tseng,77,TPE 

22) 2:13.26 Abdullah Wan Azlan,75,MAS 

23) 2:18.25 Kuo Tung Hsu,83,TPE 
400 METRES IND.MEDLEY, Aug 23 pm 

1) 4:16.54 Matthew Dunn,73,AUS 

2) 4:16.77 Curtis Myden,73,CAN 

3) 4:18.58 Tom Wilkens.75.USA 

4) 4:19.65 Trent Steed,77,AUS 

5) 4:20.79 Terence Parkin.80,RSA 

6) 4:23.09 Takahiro Mori,80,JPN 

7) 4:24.50 Erik Vendt,81, USA 

8) 4:24.88 Tatsuya Kinugasa,74.JPN 
Prelims, Aug 23 am 

1) 4:19.14 Trent Steed,77,AUS 

2) 4:19.97 Tom Wilkens,75,USA 

3) 4:20.22 Matthew Dunn,73,AUS 

4) 4:20.42 Erik Vendt,81, USA 

5) 4:20.69 Curtis Myden,73,CAN 

6) 4:20.72 Grant McGregor,78,AUS 

7) 4:22.69 Justin Norris,80,AUS 

8) 4:22.95 Tatsuya Kinugasa.74.JPN 

9) 4:23.05 Takahiro Mori,80,JPN 

10) 4:23.67 Terence Parkin,80,RSA 

11) 4:25.08 Owen Von Richter,75,CAN 

12) 4:27.07 Dean Kent,79,NZL 

13) 4:28.40 Chuck Sayao,82,CAN 

14) 4:36.62 Cheng-Hua Tseng,77,TPE 

15) 4:36.83 Abdullah Wan Azlan,75,MAS 
4X100 MEDLEY RELAY. Aug 29 pm 

1) 3:36.37 United States.USA 
0:53.67 Lenny Krayzelburg.75 
1:01.69 Kurt Grole.73 
0:52.49 DodWales,76 
0:48.52 Neil Walker,76 

2) 3:40.18 Canada.CAN 
0:55.47 Mark Versfeld.76 
1:01.54 Morgan Knabe,81 
0:53.69 Michael Minlenko.75 
0:49.48 Yannick Lupien,80 

3) 3:40.21 Japan.JPN 
0:55.72 Atsushi Nishikori,78 
1:02.14 Ryosuke lmai,78 
0:52.42 Takashi Yamamoto.78 
0:49.93 Shunsuke lto.76 

4) 3:45.39 South Africa.RSA 
0:57.08 Simon Thirsk,77 
1:03.74 Terence Parkin,80 
0:54.07 Theo Verster.75 

50.05 Nicholas Folker 

5) 3:49.78 New Zealand.NZL 
0:58.20 Scott Talbot-Cameron,81 
1:03.84 Steven Ferguson.80 
0:56.02 Nicholas Sheeran,78 
0:51.72 Brad Herring 

disq Australians 

0:55.32 Matt Welsh.76 

1:01.60 Simon Cowley ,80 

0:51.84 Geoff Huegill.79 

'0:47.78 Michael Klim,77 
•left early -0.06 



8 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1999 



MEN'S 4x200 FREE RELAY FACTS 



4x200 FREESTYLE RELAY CHRONOLOGY 


8:23.6 


Australia.AUS 


Melbourne.Dec.3,56 


8:21.6 


Japan.JPN 


Tokyo.Jul.22.59 


8:18.7 


i i nil i 

Japan.JPN 


r\..i,. r\f* cn 

Osaka,Jul.26,59 


8:17.0 


Indianapolis AC.USA 


Tn\n/tn lul OO CO 


8:16.6 


A . ul«l!a A 1 IP 

Australia.AUS 


Townsville.Aug.6,60 


8:10.2 


United States.USA 


Rome.Sep.l.bu 


8:09.8 


inn 

Japan.JPN 


Tokyo.Apr.21,63 


8:07.6 


Santa Clara SC.USA 


Chicago.Aug. 10,63 


8:03.7 


United States.USA 


Tokyo.Aug. 19,63 


8:01.8 


United States.USA 


Los Angeles.Sep.28,64 


7:52.1 


United States.USA 


Tokyo,0ct.18,64 


7:52.1e 


Santa Clara SC.USA 


Oak Park.Aug.12,67 


7:50.8 


A. A I IP 

Australia.AUS 


CHInhi imh till Id 7A 

tdinDurgn,Jui.<:4,/u 


7:48.0 


United States.USA 


T.ln.n Ann 00 7fl 

lokyo,Aug.<!o,rU 


7:45.8 


united oiates.UoA 


Ann [1 71 

uw.Aug.s.n 


7:43.3 


1 In'Anrl Pi«i.- 1 IP A 

united btates.UbA 


MinsK.oep.iu.n 


7:35.78 


1 fnltnfj pi.(„„ | IP A 

United States.USA 


Munich.Aug.31,72 


7:33.22 


United States.USA 


Belgrade,Sep.7,73 


730 33 


United States.USA 


Montreal,Jul.21,76 


7:23.22 


United States.USA 


Montreal,Jul.21,76 


7:20.82 


United States.USA 


Berlin,Aug.24,78 


7:20.40 


Fed.Rep.Germany.FRG 


Rome,Aug 23,83 


7:18.87 


United States.USA 


Los Angeles, Jul .30,84 


7:15.69 


United States.USA 


Los Angeles,Jul.30,84 


7:13.10 


Fed.Rep.Germany.FRG 


Strasbourg.Aug. 19,87 


7:12.51 


United States.USA 


Seoul.Sep.21,88 


7:11.95 


Unified Team.EUN 


Barcelona.Jul.27,92 


7:11.86 


Australia.AUS Kuala Lumpour, Sep 13,98 


7:09.79 


Australia.AUS 


Sidney.Aug 25.1999 



4X200 FREE RELAY 
Fastest performances 

1 7:08.79 PAC99AUG Australia.AUS LCM99 

2 7:11.86 CWLTHSEP Australia.AUS LCM98 

3 7:11.95 OLYMPICS Unified Team.EUN LCM92 

4 7:12.48 WORLD98 Australia.AUS LCM98 

5 7:12.51 OLYMPICS United States.USA LCM88 

6 7:13.10 EUR87AUG Fed.Rep.Germany.GER LCM87 

7 7:13.50 W0RLD91 Germany.GER LCM91 

8 7:13.68 OLYMPICS German 0em.Rep.,GDR LCM88 

9 7:13.99 PAC97AUG United States.USA LCM97 

10 7:14.27 EUR87AUG German Dem.Rep.,GDR LCM87 

11 7:14.35 OLYMPICS Fed.Rep.Germany.GER LCM88 

12 7:14.84 OLYMPICS United States.USA LCM96 

13 7:14.87 W0RLD91 United States.USA LCM91 

14 7:15.23 OLYMPICS Australia.AUS LCM88 

15 7:15.39 EUR89AUG Italy.lTA LCM89 

16 7:15.51 OLYMPICS Sweden.SWE LCM92 

17 7:15.72 PAC97AUG Australia.AUS LCM97 

18 7:15.84 EUR93AUG Russia.RUS LCM93 

19 7:15.91 WORLD86 German Dem.Rep.,GDR LCM86 

20 7:15.96 WORLD86 Fed.Rep.Germany.GER LCM86 

21 7:15.96 EUR91AUG Soviet Union.URS LCM91 

22 7:16.00 OLYMPICS Italy.lTA LCM88 

23 7:16.23 OLYMPICS United States.USA LCM92 

24 7:16,26 G00DWJUL United States.USA LCM90 

25 7:16.58 OLYMPICS Germany.GER LCM92 



4X100 FREE RELAY, Aug 22 pm 


D 


3:16.08 


Australia.AUS 




0:48.73 


Michael Klim,77 




0:49.60 


Jeffrey English 




0:49.20 


Chris Fydler,72 




0:48.55 


Ian Thorpe,82 


2) 


3:16.81 


United States USA 




0:50.15 


Bryan Jones,78 




0:48.93 


Josh Davis,72 




0:48.90 


Neil Walker,76 




0:48.83 


Jason Lezak 75 


3) 


3:20.73 


Canada.CAN 




0:50.14 


Yannick Lupien,80 




0:50.65 


Craig Hutchison,75 




0:49.74 


Jake Steele.79 




0:50.20 


Graham Duthie,78 


4) 


3:22.04 


South Africa.RSA 




0:50.40 


Nicholas Folker 




0:50.24 


Brendon Dedekind,76 




0:50.37 


Ryk Neethling,77 




0:51.03 


Greg Main-Baillie,78 


5) 


3:25.96 


Japan.JPN 




0:52.83 


Ryo Takayasu,81 




0:51.71 


Tomohiro Yamanoi,77 




0:51.56 


Takeshi Sasaki,78 




0:49.86 


Shunsuke lto.76 


6) 


3:27.94 


NewZealand.NZL 




0:52.41 


Brad Herring 




0:51 87 


Nicholas Sheeran.78 




0:52.36 


Steven Ferguson,80 




0:51.30 


Scott Rice.77 


7) 


3:46.29 


Chinese TaipeiJPE 


4X200 FREE 


RELAY, Aug 25 pm 


1) 


w7:08.79 


Australia.AUS 




1:46.28 


lanThorpe,82 




1:48.96 


William Kirby,75 




1:46.30 


Grant Hackett,80 




1:47.25 


Michael Ktim.77 


2) 


7:16.66 


United States.USA 




1:48.67 


Chad Carvin,74 




1:47.66 


Josh Davis.72 




1:51.43 


Tom Malchow,76 




1:48.90 


UgurTaner,74 


3) 


7:23.26 


Canada.CAN 




1:51.13 


Mark Johnson,79 




1:49.73 


Rick Say.79 




1:50.49 


Yannick Lupien.80 




1:51.91 


Brian Johns.82 


4) 


7:24.31 


Japan.JPN 




1:51.49 


Yosuke lchikawa,78 




1:50.45 


Shunsuke lto.76 




1:52.36 


Takeshi Sasaki,78 



1:50.01 Shusuke lto.76 

5) 7:43.58 NewZealand.NZL 
1:54.07 Nicholas Sheeran.78 
1:57.85 Scott Rice,77 
1:56.39 Brad Herring 
1:55.27 John Davis,78 

6) 8:17.08 Chinese TaipeiJPE 

WOMEN 

50 METRES FREESTYLE, Aug 29 pm 



1) 


25.51 Jenny Thompson,73,USA 


2) 


25.95 Sarah Ryan.77.AUS 


3) 


25.97 


Liesl Kolbisen,76,USA 


4) 


26.13 


Rebecca Creedy,83,AUS 


5) 


26.16 


Laura Nicholls,78,CAN 


6) 


26.28 Charlene Wittstock,78.RSA 


7) 
8) 


26.30 ToniJetfs,68,NZL 


26.58 Anna Lydall.80.CAN 


Semi 


Final, 


^ug 28 pm 


D 


25.64 


Jenny Thompson,73,USA 


2) 


25.74 


Liesl Kolbisen.76,USA 


3) 


26.05 


Kari Maag-Woodall.74.USA 


4) 


26.15 


Toni Jeffs,68,NZL 


5) 


26.20 


Charlene Witlstock,78,RSA 


6) 


26.23 


Laura Nicholls,78,CAN 


7) 


26.24 


Rebecca Creedy,83,AUS 


8) 


26.30 


Anna Lydall,80.CAN 


9) 


26.43 


Sarah Ryan,77,AUS 


10) 


26.61 


Vivienne Rignall,73.NZL 


11) 


26.62 


Stacey Bowley,75.RSA 


12) 


26.63 


Samantha Arsenault.81 .USA 


13) 


26.67 


Jenna Gresda!,84,CAN 


14) 


26.85 


Melanie Dodd,73,AUS 


15) 


26.94 


Monique Robins,84,NZL 


16) 


26.96 


Renate Du Plessis,81,RSA 


Prelims, Aug 


28 am 


D 


25.90 


Jenny Thompson,73,USA 


2) 


26.11 


Liesl Kolbisen,76,USA 


3) 


26.12 


Kari Haag-Woodall,74,USA 


4) 


26.30 


Anna Lydall,80,CAN 


5) 


2633 


Toni Jeffs,68,NZL 


6) 


26.34 


Laura Nicholls,78,CAN 


7) 


26.44 


Charlene Wittstock,78,RSA 


8) 


26.50 


Samantha Arsenault,81, USA 


9) 


26.56 


Sarah Ryan,77,AUS 


10) 


26.62 


Ashley Tappin,74,USA 


11) 


26.63 


Stacey Bowley.75.RSA 


12) 


26.69 


Rebecca Creedy,83,AUS 


13) 


26.73 


Monique Robins,84,NZL 


14) 


26.80 


Vivienne Rignall,73,NZL 


15) 


26.82 


Jenna Gresdal,84,CAN 


16) 


26.89 


Melanie Dodd,73,AUS 



17) 


26.98 


Renate Ou Plessis,81,RSA 


18) 


27.00 


Lori Munz,79,AUS 


19) 


27.02 


JacintaVan Lint,79,AUS 


20) 


27.08 


KeikoPrice,78,USA 


21) 


27.15 


Angela Kennedy,76,AUS 


22) 


27.15 


Elli Overton,74,AUS 


23) 


27.28 


Alison Fitch,80,NZL 


24) 


27.28 


Sarah Evanetz,75,CAN 


25) 


27.32 


JolieWorkman,80,NZL 


26) 


27.34 


Janet Cook.79.CAN 


27) 


27.46 


Caroline Pickering,80,FIJ 


28) 


28.02 


Yi-Chieh Sung.80.TPE 


29) 


28.13 


CandiceCraflord.81.RSA 


30) 


28.78 


Candice Nethercotl.80.RSA 


100 METRES 


FREESTYLE, Aug 27 pm 


D 


54.89 


Jenny Thompson,73,USA 


2) 


55.58 


Sarah Ryan,77.AUS 


3) 


55.90 


Rebecca Creedy,83,AUS 


4) 


55.94 


Laura Nicholls,78,CAN 


5) 


56.11 


Suzu Chiba,75,JPN 


6) 


56.20 


Liesl Kolbisen,76,USA 


7) 


56.80 


Claudia Poll.72.CRC 


8) 


57.69 


Charlene Wittstock,78,RSA 


Semi 


Final, 


Aug 26 pm 


D 


55.48 


Jenny Thompson,73,USA 


2) 


55.99 


Sarah Ryan,77,AUS 


3) 


56.36 


Suzu Chiba,75,JPN 


4) 


56.45 


Claudia Poll,72,CRC 


5) 


56.48 


Liesl Kolbisen,76.USA 


6) 


56.50 


Rebecca Creedy,83,AUS 


7) 


56.62 


Samantha Arsenault.81 .USA 


8) 


56.70 


Kari Haag-Woodall.74,USA 


9) 


56.84 


Lori Munz,79,AUS 


10) 


56.85 


Charlene Wittstock,78,RSA 


11) 


56.95 


Laura Nicholls.78.CAN 


12) 


57.03 


Jacinta Van Lint,79,AUS 


13) 


57.11 


Stacey Bowley.75,RSA 


14) 


57.57 


Jennifer Button,77,CAN 


15) 


57.63 


JunkoNakatani,81,JPN 


16) 


57.80 


Anna Lydall.80.CAN 


Prelims, Aug 


26 am 


1) 


56.13 


Jenny Thompson,73,USA 


21 


56.22 


Claudia Poll,72,CRC 


3) 


56.29 


Liesl Kolbisen,76,USA 


4) 


56.32 


Laura Nicholls,78,CAN 


5) 


56.38 


Sarah Ryan,77,AUS 


6) 


56.49 


Kari Haag-Woodall.74,USA 


7) 


56.58 


Rebecca Creedy,83,AUS 


8) 


56.69 


Samantha Arsenault,81, USA 


9) 


56.70 


Suzu Chiba,75,JPN 


10) 


56.77 


Sarah Tolar,80,USA 


11) 


56 94 


Lori Munz,79,AUS 



12) 


57.39 


Junto Nakatani,81,JPN 


13) 


57.43 


Giaan Rooney,82,AUS 


14) 


57.44 


JacintaVan Lint,79,AUS 


15) 


57.46 


Charlene Wittstock,78,RSA 


16) 


57.64 


Stacey Bowley,75,RSA 


17) 


57.65 


Ayari Aoyama,82,JPN 


18) 


57.67 


Anna Lydall.80.CAN 


19) 


57.67 


Barbara Bedford,72,USA 


20) 


57.70 


Elli Overton,74,AUS 


21) 


57.80 


Jennifer Butlon,77,CAN 


22) 


57.97 


Richelle DePold-Fox,74.USA 


23) 


58.01 


ToniJeffs,68,NZL 


24) 


58.07 


Monique Robins,84,NZL 


25) 


58.09 


Ashley Tappin,74,USA 


26) 


58.09 


Keiko Price,78,USA 


27) 


58.16 


KaleGodfrey.78.AUS 


28) 


58.17 


Jenna Gresdal.84.CAN 


29) 


58.27 


Melanie Dodd,73,AUS 


30) 


58.35 


Joo-Hee Roh,83,K0R 


3D 


58.35 


Sarah-J. D'Arcy,77,AUS 


32) 


58.44 


Deanna Schonwald,80.NZL 


33) 


58.53 


Angela Kennedy.76.AUS 


34) 


58.59 


Alison Fitch,80,NZL 


35) 


58.64 


Vivienne Rignall,73,NZL 


36) 


58.69 


Janet Cook,79,CAN 


37) 


58.71 


Sarah Evanetz,75,CAN 


38) 


58.71 


Renate Du Plessis,81,RSA 


39) 


58.73 


Karine Chevrier,77,CAN 


40) 


58.92 


Kate Brambley.79.CAN 


41) 


59.26 


Kirsten van Heerden,79,RSA 


42) 


59.76 


Shu-Min Tsai,80,TPE 


43) 


1:00.01 


Tzu-Ying Chiang,78.TPE 


44) 


1:00.14 


Caroline Pickering,80,FIJ 


45) 


1:00.66 


Yi-Chieh Sung,80,TPE 


200 METRES FREESTYLE, Aug 25 pm 


1) 


1:58.17 


Susan 0'Neill,73,AUS 


2) 


1:59.60 


Lindsay Benko,76,USA 


3) 


2:00.46 


Ellen Stonebraker,79,USA 


4) 


2:00.54 


SuzuChiba.75.JPN 


5) 


2:00.60 


Giaan Rooney,82,AUS 


6) 


2:01.26 


Claudia Poll,72,CRC 


7) 


2:01.94 


Junto Nakatani,81,JPN 


8) 


2:04.73 


Laura Nicholls,78,CAN 


Semi-Final, Aug 24 pm 


1) 


1:59.88 


Susan 0'Neill,73,AUS 


2) 


2:00.31 


Lindsay Benko,76,USA 


3) 


2:00.52 


Ellen Slonebraker,79,USA 


4) 


2:00.53 


SuzuChiba,75,JPN 


5) 


2:00.76 


Claudia Poll.72.CRC 


6) 


2:01.02 


Giaan Rooney.82.AUS 


7) 


2:01.14 


Sarah Tolar,80,USA 


8) 


2:01.21 


Rebecca Creedy,83,AUS 


9) 


2:01.33 


Samantha Arsenault,81.USA 


10) 


2:01.96 


JacintaVan Lint,79,AUS 


11) 


2:02.48 


Jennifer Button,77,CAN 


12) 


2:02.66 


Junto Nakatani,81,JPN 


13) 


2:02.93 


Laura Nicholls,78,CAN 


14) 


2:03.35 


Maki Mita,83,JPN 


15) 


2:04.62 


Deanna Schonwald,80,NZL 


16) 


2:04.71 


Joo-Hee Roh,83.KOR 


Prelims, Aug 


24 am 


1) 


1:59.47 


Susan 0'Neill,73,AUS 


2) 


1:59.81 


Lindsay Benko,76,USA 


3) 


2:00.30 


Claudia Poll,72,CRC 


4) 


2:00.43 


Cristina Teuscher,78,USA 


5) 


2:00.48 


Ellen Stonebraker,79,USA 


6) 


2:00.71 


Jenny Thompson,73,USA 


7) 


2:00.75 


Suzu Chiba,75,JPN 


8) 


2:01.34 


Rebecca Creedy,83,AUS 


9) 


2:01.56 


Samantha Arsenault,81,USA 


10) 


2:01.57 


Sarah Tolar,80,USA 


11) 


2:01.90 


Lori Munz.79,AUS 


12) 


2:02.07 


Kari Haag-Woodall.74.USA 


13) 


2:02.07 


Giaan Rooney.82.AUS 


14) 


2:02.48 


JacintaVan Lint,79,AUS 


15) 


2:02.55 


Elli Overton,74,AUS 


16) 


2:03.14 


Junto Nakatani,81,JPN 


17) 


2:03.14 


Emma Johnson.80,AUS 


18) 


2:03.48 


Laura Nicholls,78,CAN 


19) 


2:03.76 


Sarah-J. D'Arcy,77,AUS 


20) 


2:04.09 


Liesl Kolbisen,76,USA 


21) 


2:04.21 


Maki Mita,83,JPN 


22) 


2:04.36 


Kate Godfrey,78,AUS 


23) 


2:04.46 


Joo-Hee Roh,83,KOR 


24) 


2:04.48 


Jennifer Button,77,CAN 


25) 


2:04.84 


Deanna Schonwald,80,NZL 



26) 


2:05.08 


Melanie Dodd,73,AUS 


27) 


2:05.14 


Charlene Benzie,81,AUS 


28) 


2:05.33 


Shu-Min Tsai.80.TPE 


29) 


2:05.55 


Andrea Schwartz,77,CAN 


30) 


2:05.67 


Sachiko Yamada,82,JPN 


3D 


2:05.87 


Kate Biambley,79,CAN 


32) 


2:06.04 


Kim van Selm,79,RSA 


33) 


2:06.05 


Melissa Deary,82,USA 


34) 


2:06.23 


Lindsay Beavers,81 .CAN 


35) 


2:06.52 


Danielle Woods,80,AUS 


36) 


2:06.78 


Kirslen van Heerden,79,RSA 


37) 


2:06.82 


Alison Fitch,80,NZL 


38) 


2:07.10 


Stacey Bowley,75,RSA 


39) 


2:07.15 


Monique Robins,84,NZL 


40) 


2:07.40 


Jenna Gresdal.84.CAN 


41) 


2:07.65 


Danielle Bell,83,CAN 


42) 


2:08.37 


Tzu-Ying Chiang,78,TPE 


43) 


2:09.35 


Yi-Chieh Sung,80,TPE 


44) 


2:09.55 


Chia-Hsien Kuan,80,TPE 


45) 


2:10.67 


Jolie Workman,80.NZL 


400 METRES FREESTYLE, Aug 22 pm 


1) 


4:08.39 


Brooke Bennett,80,USA 


2) 


4:08.75 


Lindsay Benko,76,USA 


3) 


4:11.54 


Claudia Poll,72,CRC 


4) 


4:14.80 


Rachel Harris,79,AUS 


5) 


4:15.54 


Sachiko Yamada,82,JPN 


6) 


4:15.76 


Charlene Benzie,81,AUS 


7) 


4:21.36 


Danielle Bell,83,CAN 


8) 


4:21.66 


Kim van Selm,79,RSA 


Prelims, Aug 22 am 


1) 


4:09.15 


Brooke Bennett.80.USA 


2) 


4:10.48 


Lindsay Benko,76,USA 


3) 


4:10.83 


Ellen Stonebraker,79,USA 


4) 


4:12.75 


Claudia Poll,72,CRC 


5) 


4:13.67 


Cristina Teuscher,78,USA 


6) 


4:14.84 


Rachel Harris,79,AUS 


7) 


4:15.10 


Melissa Deary.82.USA 


8) 


4:15.65 


Charlene Benzie.81.AUS 


9) 
10) 


4:16.95 


Sachiko Yamada,82,JPN 


4:17.46 


Danielle Woods,80,AUS 


11) 


4:17.80 


Sarah-J. D'Arcy,77,AUS 


12) 


4:18.06 


Jennifer Reilly,83,AUS 


13) 


4:18.08 


Molly Freedman.81, USA 


14) 


4:21.39 


Kim van Selm,79,RSA 


15) 


4:21.51 


Danielle Bell,83,CAN 


16) 


4:22.39 


Sarah Tolar,80,USA 


17) 


4:22.50 


Shu-Min Tsai,80,TPE 


18) 


4:24.47 


Lindsay Beavers,81, CAN 


19) 


4:24.81 


Junto Nakatani,81,JPN 


20) 


4:25.29 


Elizabeth Van Welle,79,NZL 


21) 


4:26.26 


Natalie duToit,84,RSA 


22) 


4:26.96 


Deanna Schonwald,80,NZL 


23) 


4:27.02 


Kate Brambley,79,CAN 


24) 


4:27.25 


Joo-Hee Roh,83,K0R 


800 


METRES FREESTYLE, Aug 28 pm 


1) 


8:25.06 


Brooke Bennett,80,USA 


2) 


8:37.23 


Rachel Harris,79,AUS 


3) 


8:40.39 


Ellen Stonebraker,79,USA 


4) 


8:40.73 


Danielle Woods,80,AUS 


5) 


8:45.25 


Joanne Malar,75,CAN 


6) 


8:45.47 


Sachiko Yamada,82,JPN 


7) 


8:49.63 


Lindsay Beavers,81 .CAN 


8) 


9:11.38 


Natalie du Toit,84,RSA 


Prelims, Aug 


27 am 


1) 


8:26.34 


Brooke Bennett,80,USA 


2) 


8:41.17 


Rachel Harris.79.AUS 


3) 


8:42.95 


Ellen Stonebraker,79,USA 


4) 


8:43.16 


Melissa Deary,82,USA 


5) 


8:43.41 


Joanne Malar,75,CAN 


6) 


8:45.61 


Sachiko Yamada.82.JPN 


7) 
8) 


8:45.73 


Danielle Woods,80,AUS 


8:46.13 


Charlene Benzie.81.AUS 


9) 


8:56.95 


Lindsay Beavers,81, CAN 


10) 


8:58.41 


Danielle Bell,83,CAN 


11) 


9:08.75 


Natalie du Toit,84,RSA 


12) 


9:09.08 


Kate Brambley,79.CAN 


13) 


9:14.78 


SiaWai Yen,82,MAS 


14) 


9:20.69 


Chia-Hsien Kuan,80,TPE 


100 


METRES BACKSTROKE, Aug 24 pm 


1) 


1:01.51 


Mai Nakamura,79,JPN 


2) 


1:01.51 


Dyana Calub.75.AUS 


3) 


1:01.76 


Barbara Bedford,72,USA 


4) 


1:01.79 


Noriko lnada,78.JPN 


5) 


1:02.67 


Erin Gammel,80,CAN 


6) 


1:02.91 


Kelly Stefanyshyn,82,CAN 


7) 


1:03.47 


Elli Overton,74,AUS 


8) 


1:03.75 


Lia0berstar,76,USA 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1999 



9 



WOMEN'S 100 BREASTSTROKE FACTS 



Semi-Final, Aug 23 pm 



0229 
02.41 
02.89 



02.07 Mai Nakamura,79,JPN 
02.27 Noriko lnada,78,JPN 
Barbara Bedford,72,USA 
Erin 6ammel.80.CAN 
Miki Nakao.78.JPN 

03.17 Kelly Stefanyshyn.82,CAN 

03.18 Dyana Calub.75,AUS 
Overton,74,AUS 

03.37 Giaan Rooney.82,AUS 
03.54 Lia0berstar,76,USA 

03.59 Danielle Lewis.79.AUS 

03.60 Charlene Wittstock,78,RSA 
Nikki Tanner,80,NZL 

04.20 Soo-Min Choi.81,K0R 
04.73 Monique Robins.84.NZL 
05.84 Renate Du Plessis.81,RSA 



Prelims, Aug 23 am 



9) 1 

10) 1 



02.14 
02.4 



3 lnada.78.JPN 
Mai Nakamura,79,JPN 

1:02.57 Barbara Bedford,72,USA 

1:02.85 Erin Gammel.80,CAN 
Dyana Calub,75,AUS 

1:03.19 Elli Overton,74,AUS 

1:03.24 Miki Nakao,78,JPN 

1:03.60 Kelly Stefanyshyn,82,CAN 

1:03.72 Charlene Wittstock.78,RSA 

1:03.73 Giaan Rooney,82,AUS 

1:03.77 Danielle Lewis,79,AUS 

1:03.95 Lia0berstar,76,USA 

1:04.20 Soo-Min Choi,81,KOR 

1:04.58 Nikki Tanner,80,NZL 

1:04.97 Monique Robins,84,NZL 

1:05.69 Megan McMabon,82,AUS 

1:06.02 Renate Du Plessis.81.RSA 

1:07.59 Helen Norfolk,81,NZL 

Caroline Pickering,80,FIJ 

1:07.90 Carissa Thompson,86,NZL 
200 METRES BACKSTROKE. Aug 28 pm 

1) 2:11.36 Tomoko Hagiwara.80,JPN 

2:11.41 MikiNakao,78,JPN 

2:13.51 Lindsay Benko,76,USA 

2:13.81 Kelly Stefanyshyn.82.CAN 

2:14.29 Barbara Bedford,72,USA 

2:14.35 Danielle Lewis,79,AUS 

2:15.26 Joo-Hee Roh.83.KOR 

8) 2:15.91 Emma Johnson.80,AUS 
Semi-Final, Aug 27 pm 

1) 2:11.21 Tomoko Hagiwara,80,JPN 

2:12.33 Miki Nakao,78,JPN 

2:13.32 Lindsay Benko,76,USA 

2:13.66 MaiNakamura,79,JPN 

2:13.72 Noriko lnada,78,JPN 

2:13.77 Barbara Bedlord,72,USA 

2:14.58 Kelly Sletanyshyn,82,CAN 

2:14.73 Danielle Lewis,79,AUS 

2:15.04 Joo-Hee Roh,83,KOR 

2:15.22 EmmaJohnson,80,AUS 



9) 
10) 



11) 2:16.65 Lia Oberstar,76.USA 



2:17.14 Soo-Min Choi.81.KOR 
2:17.47 Helen Norfolk.81.NZL 
2:17.48 Dyana Calub,75,AUS 
2:17.51 Elizabeth Warden,78,CAN 
2:17.55 Nikki Tanner,80,NZL 
Prelims, Aug 27 am 
1) 2:12.21 Tomoko Hagiwara,80,JPN 
Miki Nakao,78,JPN 
Noriko lnada,78,JPN 
2:14.70 Lindsay Benko,76,USA 
2:15.04 Nikki Tanner,80,NZL 
2:15.92 Barbara Bedford,72,USA 
EmmaJohnson,80,AUS 
Soo-Min Choi,81,K0R 
Kelly Stefanyshyn,82,CAN 
2:16.69 Joo-Hee Roh,83,KOR 
2:16.79 LiaOberstar,76,USA 
2:16.97 Helen Norfolk,81,NZL 
2:17.00 Mai Nakamura,79,JPN 
Danielle Lewis,79,AUS 
Dyana Calub,75,AUS 
2:17.59 Elizabeth Warden,78,CAN 
2:17.64 Charlene Wittstock,78,RSA 
2:18.28 Erin Gammel,80,CAN 
2:18.57 Giaan Rooney,82,AUS 

20) 2:18.89 Jennifer Reilly,83.AUS 

21) 2:19.56 Monique Robins,84,NZL 



2:13.39 
2:14.29 



2:16.04 
2:16.51 
2:16.51 



2:17.31 
2:17.48 



22) 2:23.76 Carissa Thompson.86,NZL 

23) 2:24.15 Andrea Schwartz,77,CAN 

24) 2:27.12 Chia-Hsien Kuan,80,TPE 

100 METRES BREASTSTROKE, Aug 24 pm 

1) 1:07.08 Penelope Heyns.74.RSA 

2) 1:08.54 Megan Quann,84,USA 

3) 1:08.56 Kristy Kowal,78,USA 

4) 1:09.21 SamanthaRiley,72,AUS 

5) 1:09.30 Sarah Poewe,83,RSA 

6) 1:09.31 Masami Tanaka,79,JPN 

7) 1:10.12 TarneeWhite,81,AUS 

8) 1:10.91 Lauren van 0osten,78.CAN 
Semi-Final, Aug 23 pm 



1:06.99 Penelope Heyns.74.RSA 

1:08.62 Kristy Kowal,78,USA 

1:09.16 Megan Quann,84,USA 

1:09.61 Masami Tanaka.79,JPN 

1:09.72 Samantha Riley,72,AUS 

1:09.91 TarneeWhite.81.AUS 

1:10.08 Sarah Poewe,83,RSA 

1:10.36 Caroline Hildreth,78,AUS 

1:10.61 Lauren van 0osten,78,CAN 

1:10.88 Fumiko Kawanabe,85,JPN 

1:11.17 AyumiShirata.82.JPN 

1:11.27 Ashley Roby,80,USA 

1:11.50 Catherine Street,82,USA 

1:11.59 Wei Li,79,CHN 

1:11.88 JolieWorkman,80,NZL 

1:11.89 NadineNeumann,75,AUS 



Prelims, Aug 23 am 



:06.52 Penelope Heyns,74,RSA 

:09.02 Megan Quann,84,USA 

:09.13 Samantha Riley,72,AUS 

:09.55 Kristy Kowal,78,USA 

:09.76 Sarah Poewe,83,RSA 

:10.34 TarneeWhi!e,81,AUS 

:10.95 Caroline Hildreth.78.AUS 

:1 1 .07 Wei Li,79,CHN 

:1 1 .08 Masami Tanaka,79,JPN 

:11.25 Catherine Slreet,82,USA 

:11.43 Ashley Roby.80.USA 

:11.65 Lauren van Ooslen,78,CAN 

:12.03 Fumiko Kawanabe,85,JPN 

12.08 Ayumi Shirala,82,JPN 

12.33 NadineNeumann,75,AUS 

:12.38 JolieWorkman,80,NZL 

:13.87 Yoon-Hee Kye,82.KOR 

:15.28 Megan McMahon,82,AUS 
200 METRES BREASTSTROKE, Aug 26 pm 

1) w2:23.64 Penelope Heyns,74,RSA 

2) 2:25.52 Kristy Kowal.78.USA 

3) 2:25.90 Sarah Poewe.83.RSA 

4) 2:28.75 Samantha Riley.72,AUS 

5) 2:29.46 Masami Tanaka,79,JPN 

6) 2:30.00 Catherine Street,82,USA 

7) 2:30.14 Ayumi Shirata,82,JPN 

8) 2:31.11 Caroline Hildreth,78,AUS 
Semi-Final, Aug 25 pm 

1) w2:24.42 Penelope Heyns,74,RSA 



1) w1 

2) 

3) 

4) 

5) 

6) 

7) 

8) 

9) 

10) 

11) 
12) 
13) 
14) 
15) 
16) 
17) 
18) 



2:26.11 Kristy Kowal.78.USA 

2:28.41 Sarah Poewe.83,RSA 

2:28.47 Samantha Riley,72,AUS 

2:28.47 Masami Tanaka,79,JPN 

2:29.62 Ayumi Shirala.82.JPN 

2:29.96 Catherine Street,82,USA 

2:30.21 Fumiko Kawanabe,85,JPN 

2:30.66 Madeleine Crippen.80.USA 

2:30.91 Caroline Hildreth,78,AUS 

11) 2:33.52 Nadine Neumann,75,AUS 

12) 2:33.92 Megan Quann,84,USA 

13) 2:34.11 TarneeWhite.81.AUS 

14) 2:34.34 Lauren van Oosten,78,CAN 

15) 2:36.70 JolieWorkman.80.NZL 

16) 2:38.60 Yoon-Hee Kye,82,KOR 
Prelims, Aug 25 am 

1) 2:24.61 Penelope Heyns,74,RSA 

2) 2:27.90 Kristy Kowal,78,USA 

3) 2:29.43 Samantha Riley,72,AUS 

4) 2:29.73 Sarah Poewe,83,RSA 

5) 2:29.94 Masami Tanaka,79,JPN 

6) 2:30.39 Catherine Street,82,USA 

7) 2:31.08 Madeleine Crippen.80.USA 

8) 2:31.52 Caroline Hildreth,78,AUS 

9) 2:31.98 Ayumi Shirata,82,JPN 

10) 2:33.14 Fumiko Kawanabe,85,JPN 

11) 2:33.56 Tarnee White,81 ,AUS 



100 BREASTSTROKE RECORD 



20.3 Karin Beyer.GDR 

19.6 Karin Beyer.GDR 

19.1 Wiltrud Urselmann.FRG 
19.0 Ursula Kuper.GDR 

18.2 Barbara Gobel.GDR 
17.9 Claudia Kolb.USA 
17.2 Svetlana Babanina.URS 

16.5 Svetlana Babanina.URS 

15.7 Galina Prozumenshikova.U 

15.6 Catherine Ball, USA 
15.6e Catherine Ball.USA 

14.8 Catherine Ball.USA 
14.6 Catherine Ball.USA 
14.2 Catherine Ball.USA 
13.58 Catherine Carr.USA 
12.91 Renate Vogei.GDR 
12.55 Cristel Justen.FRG 

12.28 Renate Vogei.GDR 
11.93 Carola Nitschke.GDR 
11.11 Hannelore Anke.GDR 
10.86 Hennelore Anke.GDR 
10.31 Julia Bogdanova.URS 
10.20 Ute Geweniger.GDR 
10.11 Ute Geweniger.GDR 
09.52 Ute Geweniger.GDR 
09.39 Ute Geweniger.GDR 
08.60 Ute Geweniger.GDR 

08.51 Ute Geweniger.GDR 

08.29 Sylvia Gerasch.GDR 
08.11 Sylvia Gerasch.GDR 
07.91 Silke Horner.GDR 
07.69 Samantha Riley.AUS 
07.46 Penelope Heyns.RSA 
07.02 Penelope Heyns.RSA 
06.99 Penelope Heyns.RSA 
06.95 Penelope Heyns.RSA 

06.52 Penelope Heyns.RSA 



CHRONOLOGY 

Berlin.Jul.20,58 
Leipzig.Sep.12,58 
Zurich.Mar.12,60 
Leipzig.Jul.14,60 
Rostock.Jul.1,61 
Los Angeles.Jul. 11,64 
Moscow,Sep.3,64 
Tashkent.May 11.65 
3S Leningrad.Jul.17,66 
Ftiauderdale.Dec.28,66 
Santa Clara.Jul.7,67 
Winnipeg.Jul.31,67 
Philadelphia.Aug.19,67 
Los Angeles.Aug.25,68 
Munich.Sep.2,72 
Vienna.Aug.22,74 
Vienna.Aug.23,74 
Concord.Sep.1,74 
Berlin,Jun.2.76 
Montreal.Jul.22,76 
Montreal.Jul.22,76 
Berlin.Aug.22,78 
Magdeburg, May 26,80 
Moscow.Jul.24,80 
Gera.Apr.9,81 
Berlin,Jul.2,81 
Split.Sep 8.81 
Rome,Aug.25,83 
Moscow.Aug.23,84 
Madrid.Aug.21, 86 
Strasbourg.Aug.21,87 
Rome.Sep.9,94 
Durban.Mar.4,96 
Atlanta.Jul.21,96 
Los Angeles.Jul.18,1999 
Los Angeles.Jul.18,1999 
Sydney.Aug 23,1999 



100 METRES BREASTSTROKE 
Fastest performances 



1 1 


06.52 


PAC99AUG 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM99 


2 1 


06.95 


EVANSJUL 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM99 


3 1 


06.99 


EVANSJUL 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM99 


4 1 


06.99 


PAC99AUG 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM99 


5 1 


07.02 


OLYMPICS 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM96 


6 1 


07.08 


PAC99AUG 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM99 


7 1 


07.46 


RSAMAR 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM96 


8 1 


07.58 


AFRICSEP 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM99 


9 1 


07.66 


AUSOCT 


Samantha Riley.AUS 


LCM97 


10 1 


07.69 


WORLD94 


Samantha Riley ,AUS 


LCM94 


Fastest performers 






1 1 


06.52 


PAC99AUG 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM99 


2 1 


07.66 


AUSOCT 


Samantha Riley.AUS 


LCM97 


3 1 


07.91 


EUR87AUG 


Silke Horner.GDR 


LCM87 


4 1 


07.95 


OLYMPICS 


Tania Dangalakova.BUL 


LCM88 


5 1 


08.00 


ULrMrlLb 


Elena Rudkovskaya.BLR 


LCM92 


6 1 


08.08 


EUR97AUG 


Agnes Kovacs.HUN 


LCM97 


7 1 


08.09 


OLYMPICS 


Amanda Beard.USA 


LCM96 


8 1 


08.11 


WORLD86 


Sylvia Gerasch.GER 


LCM86 


9 1 


08.17 


OLYMPICS 


Anita Nall.USA 


LCM92 


10 1 


08.26 


CHNOCT 


Wei Wang.CHN 


LCM97 


11 1 


08.42 


WORLD98 


Kristy Kowal.USA 


LCM98 


12 1 


08.45 


AUSMAR 


Rebecca Brown.AUS 


LCM94 


13 1 


08.51 


SEASN83 


Ute Geweniger.GDR 


LCM83 


14 1 


08.51 


BEIJNSEP 


Guohong Dai.CHN 


LCM93 


15 1 


08.51 


WORLD98 


Helen Denman.AUS 


LCM98 


16 1 


08.54 


PAC99AUG 


Megan Quann.USA 


Li/Mas 


17 1 


08.60 


BEIJNSEP 


Xiaomin Huang.CHN 


LCM93 


18 1 


08.61 


CHNOCT 


Yi Zhang.CHN 


LCM97 


19 1 


08.66 


WORLD98 


Lauren van Oosten.CAN 


LCM98 


20 1 


08.74 


OLYMPICS 


Antoaneta Frenkeva.BUL 


LCM88 


21 1 


08.76 


CHNAUG 


Wei Li.CHN 


LCM98 


22 1 


08.80 


URSMAR 


Annett Rex.GER 


LCM88 


23 1 


08.81 


WORLD91 


Linley Frame.AUS 


LCM91 


24 1 


08.86 


OLYMPICS 


Allison Higson.CAN 


LCM88 


25 1 


08.86 


JPNLCJUN 


Masami Tanaka.JPN 


LCM99 



WOMEN'S 200 BREASTSTROKE FACTS 



200 BREASTSTROKE RECORD CHRONOLOGY 


200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 




2:52.5 


Ada den Haan.HOL 


Blackpool.May 18,57 


Fastest performances 






2:51.9 


Ada den Haan.HOL 


Rhenen.Aug.3,57 


1 


2:23.64 


PAC99AUG 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM99 


2:51.3 


Ada den Haan.HOL 


Rhenen.Aug.4,57 


2 


2:24.42 


PAC99AUG 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM99 


2:50.3 


Anita Lonsbrough.GBR 


Waalwijk.Jul.25,59 


3 


2:24.51 


EVANSJUL 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM99 


2:50.2 


Wiltrud Urselmann.FRG 


Aachen.Jun.6,60 


4 


2:24.61 


PAC99AUG 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM99 


2:49.5 


Anita Lonsbrough.GBR 


Rome,Aug.27,60 


5 


2:24.69 


EVANSJUL 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM99 


2:48.0 


Karin Beyer.GDR 


Budapest.Aug.5,61 


6 


2:24.76 


AUSMAR 


Rebecca Brown.AUS 


LCM94 


2:47.7 


Galina Prozumenshikova.U 


iS Blackpool.Apr.11,64 


7 


2:24.81 


PAC95AUG 


Samantha Riley.AUS 


LCM95 


2:45.4 


Galina Prozumenshikova.U 


ft Berlin.May 17,64 


8 


2:24.90 


EUR97AUG 


Agnes Kovacs.HUN 


LCM97 


2:45.3 


Galina Prozumenshikova.U 


IS Groningen.Sep.12,65 


9 


2:25.31 


BPESTAPR 


Agnes Kovacs.HUN 


LCM97 


2:44.6 


Galina Prozumenshikova,U 


IS Moscow.Mar 23,66 


10 


2:25.34 


PAC97AUG 


Samantha Riley.AUS 


LCM97 


2:43.0 


Irina Pozdyakova.URS 


Moscow.Jul 16,66 


Fastest performers 






2:40.8 


Galina Prozumenshikova.URS Utrecht.Aug.22,66 


1 


2:23.64 


PAC99AUG 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


LCM99 


2:40.5 


Catherine Ball.USA 


Santa Clara,Sep.9,67 


2 


2:24.76 


AUSMAR 


Rebecca Brown,AUS 


LCM94 


2:39.5 


Catherine Ball.USA 


Philadelphia.Aug.20,67 


3 


2:24.81 


PAC95AUG 


Samantha Riley.AUS 


LCM95 


2:38.5 


Catherine Ball.USA 


Los Angeles.Aug.26,68 


4 


2:24.90 


EUR97AUG 


Agnes Kovacs.HUN 


LCM97 


2:37.89 


Anne-Katrin Schott.GDR 


Rostock.Jul.6,74 


5 


2:25.35 


USAMAR 


Anita Nall.USA 


LCM92 


2:37.44 


Karla Linke.GDR 


Vienna.Aug.19,74 


6 


2:25.52 


PAC99AUG 


Kristy Kowal.USA 


LCM99 


2:34.99 


Karla Linke.GDR 


Vienna.Aug. 19.74 


7 


2:25.75 


OLYMPICS 


Amanda Beard.USA 


LCM96 


2:33.35 


Marina Koshevaia.URS 


Montreal.Jul.21 ,76 


8 


2:25.90 


PAC99AUG 


Sarah Poewe.RSA 


LCM99 


2:33.32 


Julia Bogdanova.URS 


Leningrad.Aprl.7,78 


9 


2:26.29 


CHNMAY 


Yuan Yuan.CHN 


LCM94 


2:33.11 


Lina Kashushite.URS 


Berlin.Aug.24,78 


10 


2:26.50 


WORLD98 


Jenna Street.USA 


LCM98 


2:31.42 


Lina Kashushite.URS 


Berlin.Aug.24,78 


11 


2:26.65 


OLYMPICS 


Kyoko Iwasaki.JPN 


LCM92 


2:31.09 


Svetlana Varganova.URS 


Minsk,Mar.30,79 


12 


2:26.71 


OLYMPICS 


Silke Horner.GDR 


LCM88 


2:28.36 


Lina Kashushite.URS 


Potsdam.Apr.6,79 


13 


2:26.74 


CHNOCT 


Yi Zhang.CHN 


LCM97 


2:28.33 


Silke Horner.GDR 


Leipzig.Jun.5,85 


14 


2:26.85 


OLYMPICS 


Li Lin.CHN 


LCM92 


2:28.20 


Sylvia Gerasch.GDR 


Leningrad.Mar.1,86 


15 


2:26.96 


BEIJNSEP 


Guohong Dai.CHN 


LCM93 


2:27.40 


Silke Horner.GDR 


Madrid.Aug.18,86 


16 


2:26.96 


JPNJUN 


Masami Tanaka.JPN 


LCM98 


2:27.27 


Allison Higson.CAN 


Montreal.May 28,88 


17 


2:27.27 


CANMAY 


Allison Higson.CAN 


LCM88 


2:26.71 


Silke Horner.GDR 


Seoul.Sep.21,88 


18 


2:27.49 


OLYMPICS 


Xiaomin Huang.CHN 


LCM88 


2:25.92 


Anita Nall.USA 


lndianapolis.Mar.2,92 


19 


2:27.55 


PAC91AUG 


Kristine Quance.USA 


LCM91 


2:25.35 


Anita Nall.USA 


lndianapolis.Mar.2,92 


20 


2:27.60 


EUR95AUG 


Brigitte Becue.BEL 


LCM95 


2:24.76 


Rebecca Brown.AUS 


Brisbane, Mar.16,94 


21 


2:27.66 


WORLD86 


Tania Dangalakova.BUL 


LCM86 


2:24.69 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


Los Angeles.Jul.1 7.1999 


22 


2:2777 


EUR89AUG 


Susanne Bornike.GER 


LCM89 


2:24.51 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


Los Angeles.Jul. 17,1999 


23 


2:27.80 


EUR99JUL 


Beatiice Coada-Caslaru.ROk 


1 LCM99 


2:24.42 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


Sydney.Aug 26,1999 


24 


2:27.96 


USAMAR 


Jill Johnson.USA 


LCM92 


2:23.64 


Penelope Heyns.RSA 


Sydney.Aug 27,1999 


25 


2:28.04 


EUR97AUG 


Alicja Peczak.POL 


LCM97 



10 



SWIMNEWS/ SEPTEMBER 1999 



WOMEN'S 100 BOTTERFLY FACTS 



100 BUTTERFLY RECORD CHRONOLOGY 



100 METRES BUTTERFLY 



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Tnkvn Inl 91 79 


1 03 80 


Anrirpa f^uarmati HI IN 
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Mnnirh Ann 31 79 

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Mai/nmi AnH IPM 
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Mnnirh Qpn 1 79 


1 Q3 05 


Knrnplia Fnripr GPlR 


Rprlin Anr 14 T\ 

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Knmplia Fnripr RflR 


Rprlin Inl 14 73 

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RnQPmarip Knthpr PDR 


Vipnna Ann 91 74 

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101 99 


Rn^pmarip Kntrw I^DR 
nuicindiic r\uuici,uun 


Vipnna Ann 99 74 

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1:01.88 


Rnvmarip Knthpr DR 

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Pnnrnrfl 9pn 1 74 


1:01.33 


Komelia Ender.GDR 


Wittenberg.Jun.9,75 


1:01.24 


Kornelia Ender.GDR 


Cali.Jul.24,75 


1:00.13 


Kornelia Ender.GDR 


Berlin.Jun.4,76 


1:00.1 3e 


Kornelia Ender.GDR 


Montreal.Jul.22.76 


59.78 


Christiane Knacke.GDR 


Berlin,Aug.28,77 


59.46 


Andrea Pollack.GDR 


Berlin,Jul.3,78 


59.26 


Mary T.Meagher.USA 


Austin.Apr.11,80 


57.93 


Mary T.Meagher.USA 


Brown Deer.Aug. 16,81 


57.88 


Jenny Thompson.USA 


Sydney,Aug 23,1999 



Fastest performances 






1 


57.88 


PAC99AUG 


Jenny Thompson.USA 


LCM99 


2 


57.93 


SEASN81 


Mary T. Meagher.USA 


LCM81 


3 


57.93 


SEASN81 


Mary T. Meagher.USA 


LCM81 


4 


58.15 


USALCAUG 


Jenny Thompson.USA 


LCM99 


5 


58.38 


ASIA94 


Limin Liu.CHN 


LCM94 


6 


58.46 


W0RLD98 


Jenny Thompson.USA 


LCM98 


7 


58.49 


EUR99JUL 


Inge de Bruijn.NED 


LCM99 


8 


58.57 


PAC99AUG 


Jenny Thompson.USA 


LCM99 


9 


58,61 


USAMAR 


Cris Ahmann-Leighton.USA 


LCM92 


10 


58.62 


OLYMPICS 


Hong Qian.CHN 


LCM92 


Fastest performers 






1 


57.88 


PAC99AUG 


Jenny Thompson.USA 


LCM99 


2 


57.93 


SEASN81 


Mary T. Meagher.USA 


LCM81 


3 


58.38 


ASIA94 


Limin Liu.CHN 


LCM94 


4 


58.49 


EUR99JUL 


Inge de Bruijn.NED 


LCM99 


5 


58.61 


USAMAR 


Cris Ahmann-Leighton.USA 


LCM92 


6 


58.62 


OLYMPICS 


Hong Qian.CHN 


LCM92 


7 


58.70 


ASIA94 


Yun Qu.CHN 


LCM94 


8 


58.72 


USNATJUL 


Misty Hyman.USA 


LCM97 


9 


58.79 


WORLD98 


Ayari AoyamaJPN 


LCM98 


10 


58.87 


ASIANSEP 


Xiaohong Wang.CHN 


LCM90 


11 


58.93 


SWELCJUL 


Johanna Sjoberg.SWE 


LCM99 


12 


58.97 


W0RLD98 


Petria Thomas.AUS 


LCM98 


13 


59.00 


OLYMPICS 


Kristin Otto.GDR 


LCM88 


14 


59.01 


OLYMPICS 


Catherine Plewinski.FRA 


LCM92 


15 


59.07 


PAC99AUG 


Susan O'Neill.AUS 


LCM99 


16 


59.08 


SEASN84 


JennaJohnson.USA 


LCM84 


17 


59.13 


OLYMPICS 


Amy Van Dyken.USA 


LCM96 


18 


59.21 


BEIJNSEP 


Wenyi Yang.CHN 


LCM93 


19 


59.23 


OLYMPICS 


Angel Martino.USA 


LCM96 


20 


59.41 


SEASN84 


Tatiana Kurnikova.URS 


LCM84 


21 


59.41 


WORLD98 


Martina Moravcova.SVK 


LCM98 


22 


59.43 


BANGKAPR 


Hitomi KashimaJPN 


LCM96 


23 


59.45 


OLYMPICS 


BirteWeigang.GDR 


LCM88 


24 


59.46 


EUR85AUG 


Kornelia Gressler.GDR 


LCM85 


25 


59.46 


SEASN78 


Andrea Pollack.GDR 


LCM78 



12) 2:34.01 Nadine Neumann.75,AUS 

13) 2:35.13 Megan Quann,84,USA 

14) 2:36.67 Ashley Roby,80.USA 

15) 2:37.07 Jolie Workman,80,NZL 

16) 2:37.35 Lauren van 0osten,78,CAN 

17) 2:37.57 Yoon-Hee Kye.82,K0R 

18) 2:37.96 Elizabeth Warden,78,CAN 

19) 2:38.49 Megan McMahon,82,AUS 

20) 2:48.37 Carissa Thompson,86.NZL 

21) 2:49.16 Ziada Jardine,85,RSA 

22) 2:49.52 Fang-Tzu Lin,84,TPE 
100 METRES BUTTERFLY, Aug 23 pm 

1) W57.88 Jenny Thompson,73,USA 

2) 59.07 Susan 0Neil!,73,AUS 

3) 59.58 Ayari Aoyama.82.JPN 

4) 1:00.39 Misty Hyman,79,USA 

5) 1:00.63 Tomoko Hagiwara.80.JPN 

6) 1:00.72 Jessica Deglau,80,CAN 

7) 1:01.54 Amanda Loots,78,RSA 

8) 1:01.57 Karine Chevrier.77.CAN 
Semt-Final Aug 22 pm 

1) 58.57 Jenny Thompson,73,USA 

2) 59.44 Susan 0'Neill,73,AUS 

3) 1:00.13 Ayari Aoyama,82,JPN 

4) 1:00.16 Misty Hyman,79,USA 

5) 1:00.17 Richelle DePold-Fox,74,USA 

6) 1:00.48 Jessica Deglau,80,CAN 

7) 1:00.51 Tomoko Hagiwara,80,JPN 

8) 1:00.54 Maki Mita,83,JPN 

9) 1:00.65 Ashley Tappin.74,USA 

10) 1:00.91 Karine Chevrier,77,CAN 

11) 1:01.22 JunkoOnishi,74,JPN 

12) 1:01.44 Jennifer 8utfon,77,CAN 

13) 1:01.71 Amanda Loots,78,RSA 

14) 1:01.89 Renale Du Plessis.81,RSA 



1:01.92 Ran Pang,81,CHN 
1:02.59 Andrea Schwartz.77,CAN 



Prelims, Aug 22 am 

1) 59.26 Jenny Thompson,73,USA 

2) 59.43 Susan 0'Neill,73,AUS 

3) 59.89 Misty Hyman.79.USA 

4) 1:00.35 Ayari Aoyama,82,JPN 

5) 1:00.76 Ashley Tappin,74,USA 

6) 1:00.84 Maki Mita.83.JPN 



7) 


1:00.85 


Richelle DePold-Fox,74,USA 


8) 


1:01.04 


Tomoko Hagiwara,80,JPN 


9) 


1:01.13 


Karine Chevrier,77,CAN 


10) 


1:01.34 


JunkoOnishi,74,JPN 


11) 


1:01.47 


Jessica Deglau,80,CAN 


12) 


1:01.83 


Jennifer Button,77,CAN 


13) 


1:01.85 


Molly Freedman,81,USA 


14) 


1:02.05 


Renale Du Plessis.81 ,RSA 


15) 


1:02.20 


RanPang.81.CHN 


16) 


1:02.26 


Andrea Schwartz,77,CAN 


17) 


1:02.55 


Amanda Loots.78,RSA 


18) 


1:02.59 


Kate Godfrey,78,AUS 


19) 


1:02.66 


Sarah Evanetz,75,CAN 


20) 


1:02.84 


Kelly Slelanyshyn,82,CAN 


21) 


1:02.87 


Angela Kennedy,76,AUS 


22) 


1:03.00 


Megan McMahon,82,AUS 


23) 


1:03.09 


Hee-Yeon Cho,83,K0R 


24) 


1:03.91 


Kirsten van Heerden,79.RSA 


25) 


1:04.64 


Candice Crafford.81.RSA 


26) 


1:04.74 


CandiceNethercott.80.RSA 


27) 


1:07.29 


Chia-Hsien Kuan,80,TPE 


28) 


1:07.31 


Yi-ChiehSung,80,TPE 


200 METRES BUTTERFLY, Aug 26 pm 


1) 


2:06.60 


Susan 0'Neill,73,AUS 


2) 


2:10.27 


Jessica Deglau.80.CAN 


3) 


2:10.40 


Misty Hyman.79.USA 


4) 


2:11.27 


Ayari Aoyama,82,JPN 


5) 


2:11.73 


Molly Freedman,81 .USA 


6) 


2:12.31 


Maki Mita,83,JPN 


7) 


2:12.87 


Amanda Loots,78,RSA 


8) 


214.45 


Andrea Schwartz,77.CAN 


Semi-Final 


Aug 25 pm 


1) 


2:06.53 


Susan 0'Neill,73,AUS 


2) 


2:1045 


Jessica Deglau,80,CAN 


3) 


2:10.82 


Misty Hyman,79,USA 


4) 


2:11.36 


Maki Mita,83,JPN 


5) 


2:11.63 


Madeleine Crippen,80,USA 


6) 


2:11.81 


Ayari Aoyama,82,JPN 


7) 
8) 


2:13.42 


Amanda Loots,78,RSA 


2:13.45 


Yasuko Tajima,81.JPN 


9) 


2:13.83 


Andrea Schnvartz,77,CAN 


10) 


2:14.38 


Junko Onishi.74.JPN 


11) 


2:14.69 


Jennifer Buflon,77.CAN 


12) 


2:15.45 


Brooke 8ennet1.80.USA 



13) 2:15.76 Elizabeth Van Welie,79,NZL 

14) 2:16.34 Hee-Yeon Cho,83,KOR 

15) 2:16.47 Renate Du Plessis.81.RSA 

16) 2:17.09 Karine Chevrier,77,CAN 
Prelims, Aug 25 am 

1) 2:07.73 Susan 0'Neill,73,AUS 

2) 2:09.79 Misty Hyman,79,USA 

3) 2:10.97 Jessica Deglau,80,CAN 

4) 2:11.22 Molly Freedman,81,USA 

5) 2:12.60 Maki Mita,83,JPN 

6) 2:13.48 Ayari Aoyama.82.JPN 

7) 2:13.99 Jennifer Button,77,CAN 

8) 2:14.58 Amanda Loots,78,RSA 

9) 2:14.63 Yasuko Tajima.81.JPN 

10) 2:15.01 Madeleine Crippen.80.USA 

11) 2:15.15 Brooke Bennett.80.USA 

12) 2:15.36 Andrea Schwartz,77,CAN 

13) 2:15.41 Karine Chevrier,77,CAN 

14) 2:15.47 Hee-Yeon Cho,83,K0R 

15) 2:15.94 Elizabeth Van Welie,79,NZL 

16) 2:16.10 Renate Du Plessis.81.RSA 

17) 2:17.26 Junko 0nishi,74,JPN 

18) 2:17.26 Kate Godfrey,78,AUS 

19) 2:19.48 Sarah Evanetz,75,CAN 

20) 2:21.90 Natalie du Toit,84,RSA 

21) 2:24.95 Carissa Thompson,86,NZL 
200 METRES IND. MEDLEY, Aug 25 pm 

1) 2:13.63 Joanne Malar.75.CAN 

2) 2:14.31 Cristina Teuscher.78,USA 

3) 2:14.51 Elli 0verton,74,AUS 

4) 2:14.70 Tomoko Hagiwara,80,JPN 

5) 2:15.77 Marianne Limpert,72.CAN 

6) 2:16.85 Lori Munz,79,AUS 

7) 2:16.96 Madeleine Crippen,80,USA 

8) 2:18.44 Yasuko Tajima.81.JPN 
Semi-Final, Aug 24 pm 

1) 2:13.95 Joanne Malar,75,CAN 

2) 2:14.79 Tomoko Hagiwara,80,JPN 

3) 2:15.11 Cristina Teuscher.78,USA 

4) 2:15.33 Madeleine Crippen.80.USA 

5) 2:15.76 Marianne Limperi,72,CAN 

6) 2:16.24 Elli Overton,74,AUS 

7) 2:16.61 Lori Munz,79,AUS 

8) 2:16.68 Natalie Coughlin,82,USA 



9) 2:17.39 Yasuko Tajima,81.JPN 

10) 2:18.06 Helen Norfolk.81 .NZL 

11) 2:18.58 Rachel Harris,79,AUS 

12) 2:18.72 Megan McMahon,82,AUS 

13) 2:19.43 Miyuki lshikawa.81 .JPN 

14) 2:19.90 Elizabeth Warden,78,CAN 

15) 2:20.29 Elizabeth Van Welie,79,NZL 

16) 2:20.37 Kristen Bradley,83,CAN 
Prelims, Aug 24 am 

1) 2:15.64 Cristina Teuscher,78,USA 

2:15.73 Lori Munz,79,AUS 

2:15.73 Joanne Malar,75,CAN 

2:16.15 Madeleine Crippen.80.USA 

2:16.65 Elli 0verton,74,AUS 

2:17.00 Tomoko Hagiwara,80.JPN 



2:17.36 Marianne Limpert,72,CAN 



8) 2:17.84 Rachel Harris,79,AUS 



2:18.16 Natalie Coughlin,82,USA 

2:18.48 Yasuko Tajima.81, JPN 

2:18.52 Megan McMahon,82,AUS 

2:18.76 EmmaJohnson,80,AUS 

2:18.94 Elizabeth Van Welie,79,NZL 

2:19.06 Elizabeth Warden,78,CAN 



2:19.20 Helen t 



I, NZL 



2:20.40 
2:20.48 



Jennifer Reilly,83,AUS 
Miyuki lshikawa.81 ,JPN 



2:20.53 Kristen Bradley,83,CAN 



19) 2:21.08 Nadine Neumann,75,AUS 

20) 2:22.45 Amanda Loots,78,RSA 

21) 2:24.49 Carissa Thompson.86.NZL 

22) 2:26.89 Sia Wai Yen,82,MAS 

23) 2:28.30 Chia-Hsien Kuan,80,TPE 

24) 2:30.66 Yi-Chieh Sung,80,TPE 
400 METRES IND.MEDLEY, Aug 22 pm 

1) 4:40.23 Joanne Malar,75,CAN 

2) 4:40.56 Yasuko Tajima.81, JPN 

3) 4:41.21 Cristina Teuscher,78,USA 

4) 4:41.30 Madeleine Crippen.80.USA 

5) 4:46.06 Jennifer Reilly,83,AUS 

6) 4:46.44 Elli Overton,74,AUS 

7) 4:47.46 Helen Norfolk.81 .NZL 

8) 4:52.61 Elizabeth Van Welie.79.NZL 
Prelims, Aug 22 

1) 4:43.13 Madeleine Crippen,80,USA 

2) 4:44.76 Joanne Malar,75,CAN 

3) 4:45.07 Yasuko Tajima.81 ,JPN 

4) 4:45.77 Cristina Teuscher,78,USA 

5) 4:46.63 Jennifer Reilly,83,AUS 

6) 4:48.06 Elli 0verton,74,AUS 

7) 4:48.55 Helen Norfolk.81.NZL 

8) 4:49.23 EmmaJohnson,80,AUS 

9) 4:50.44 Rachel Harris,79,AUS 

10) 4:50.58 Elizabeth Van Welie,79,NZL 

11) 4:50.64 Miyuki lshikawa.81 ,JPN 

12) 4:52.94 Elizabeth Warden,78,CAN 

13) 4:53.22 Catherine Street,82,USA 

14) 4:54.31 Charlene Benzie.81 ,AUS 

15) 4:55.37 Amanda Loots,78,RSA 

16) 4:55.82 Jacinta Van Lint,79,AUS 

17) 4:58.40 Natalie du Toit,84,RSA 

18) 5:00.19 Kristen Bradley.83.CAN 

19) 5:06.82 Chia-Hsien Kuan.80.TPE 

20) 5:08.20 Carissa Thompson.86.NZL 

21) 5:08.61 Sia Wai Yen,82,MAS 
4X100 MEDLEY RELAY, Aug 29 pm 



D 4 



:03.09 
1:01.53 



2) 4 



5) 4: 



States.USA 
Bedford.72 

1:07.55 Megan Quann,84 

0:58.00 Jenny Thompson,73 

0:56.01 Liels Kolbisen,76 

05.74 Australians 

1:0224 Dyana Calub,75 

1:09.35 Samantha Riley,72 

0:58.87 Susan O'Neill.73 

0:55.28 Sarah Ryan.77 

07.14 Japan.JPN 

Mai Nakamura,79 

1:09.57 Masami Tanaka,79 

1:00.26 Ayari Aoyama.82 

0:55.63 Suzu Chiba,75 

4:07.74 South Africa.RSA 

1:03.81 Charlene Wittstock.78 

1:06.69 Penny Heyns,74 

1:00.62 Amanda Loots.78 

0:56.62 Stacey Bowley.76 

:09.51 Canada.CAN 



1:01 





1:02.83 


Erin Gammel,80 




1:10.77 


Lauren van 0oslen,78 




1:00.42 


Jessica Deglau.80 




0:55.49 


Laura Nicholls.78 


6) 


4:18.17 


Korea.KOR 




1:04.22 


Soo-Min Choi,81 




1:14.08 


Yoon-Hee Kye.82 




1:01.26 


Hee-Yeon Cho.83 




0:58.61 


Joo-Hee Roh,83 


7) 


4:19.65 


NewZealand.NZL 




1:04.44 


Nikki Tanner,79 




1:13.51 


Jolie Workman,81 




1:04.05 


Elizabeth van Welie,79 




0:57.65 


Monique Robins.83 


4X100 FREE 


RELAY, Aug 22 pm 


D 


3:41.86 


United States.USA 




0:56.26 


Liesl Kolbisen,76 




0:55.80 


Richelle Fox,74 




0:55.53 


Lindsay Benko,76 




0:54.27 


Jenny Thompson,73 


2) 


3:42.69 


Australia.AUS 




0:56.10 


Sarah Ryan,77 




0:56.06 


Lori Munz,79 




0:55.87 


Rebecca Creedy.83 




0:54.66 


Susan O'Neill.73 


3) 


3:44.50 


Canada.CAN 




0:56.74 


Jessica Deglau.80 




0:55.80 


Marianne Limpert,72 




0:56.24 


Ann Lydall,80 




0:55.72 


Laura Nicholls,78 


4) 


3:47.67 


Japan.JPN 




0:57.61 


Junko Nakafani,81 




0:56.94 


Ayari Aoyama,82 




0:56.97 


Maki Mita,83 




0:56.15 


Suzu Chiba,75 


5) 


3:49.88 


South Africa.RSA 




0:56.95 


Chartene Wittstock.78 




0:57.03 


Stacey Nowley,76 




0:57.39 


Kim van Selm,78 




0:58.51 


Kirsten van Heerden,79 


6) 


3:52.52 


NewZealand.NZL 




0:59.48 


Alison Filch,80 




0:57.44 


Monique Robbins,83 




0:57.32 
0:58.28 


Vivienne Rignall.73 
DeannaSchonwald 


7) 


3:57.85 


Chinese Taipei.TPE 




0:59.31 


Tzu-Ying Chiang,84 




0:59.49 


Chia-Hsien Kuan,85 




0:59.25 


Yi-Chieh Sung,86 




0:59.80 


Shu-Min Tsai,81 


4X200 FREE 


RELAY, Aug 26 pm 


D 


7:57.61 


United States.USA 




1:58.86 


Lindsay Benko,76 




1:59.68 


Ellen Stonebraker,79 




2:00.02 


Jenny Thompson.73 




1:59.05 


Cristina Teuscher,78 


2) 


8:00.67 


Auslralia.AUS 




2:00.62 


Giaan Rooney,82 




2:01.32 


Rebecca Creedy,83 




1:59.57 


Lori Munz,79 




1:59.16 


Susan O'Neill.73 


3) 


8:06.86 


Canada.CAN 




2:02.55 


Jessica Deglau.80 




2:00.99 


Joanne Malar,75 




2:02.02 


Marianne Limpert.72 




2:01.30 


Laura Nicholls,78 


4) 


8:08.33 


Japan.JPN 




2:02.72 


Junko Nakatani,81 




2:01.33 


Maki Mila,83 




2:01.06 


Suzu Chiba.75 




2:03.22 


Yasuko Tajima,81 


5) 


8:20.70 


NewZealand.NZL 




2:04.21 


Deanna Schonwald 




2:03.93 


Helen Norfolk.81 




2:07.41 


Elizabeth van Welie,79 




2:05.15 


Alison Fitch.80 


6) 


8:47.34 


Chinese Taipei.TPE 




2:08.37 


Tzu-Ying Chiang.84 




2:10.82 


Yi-Chieh Sung.86 




2:18.95 


Fang-Tzu Lin.84 




2:09.20 


Chia-Hsien Kuan,85 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1999 



11 



PAN PAC RATINGS 



RECORD SETTERS 



Rating Summary of Top Pan Pac Performances 



1) 


1028 


1:06.52 ' 


00 breast W H Penelope Heyns,74,RSA 


2) 


1024 


3:41.83 


400 free M F Ian Thorpe, 82.AUS 


3) 


1023 


1:55.87 


200 back M F Lenny Krayzelburg,75,USA 


4) 


1016 


57.88 


100 fly W F Jenny Thompson, 73.USA 


5) 


1013 


7:08.79 4x200 free M F Australia, AUS 


6) 


1012 


14:45.60 


1500 free M F Grant Hackett, 80.AUS 


7) 


1010 


2:06.53 


200 fly W S Susan O'Neill, 73.AUS 




1010 


1:55.41 


200 fly M F Tom Malchow, 76.USA 


9) 


1004 


52.45 


100 fly M S Geoff HuegiN, 79.AUS 




1004 


7:57.61 4x200 free W F United States.USA 


11) 1002 


52.49 


100 fly M F Michael Klim, 77.AUS 


12) 1000 


22.06 


50 free M F Brendon Dedekind, 76.RSA 


13) 


999 


2:25.52 < 


00 breast W F Kristy Kowal, 78.USA 


14) 


996 


3:46.31 


400 free M F Ryk Neethling, 77.RSA 


15) 


995 


2:25.90 < 


?00 breast W F Sarah Poewe, 83.RSA 


16) 


992 


8:25.06 


800 free W F Brooke Bennett, 80.USA 


17) 


990 


52.93 


100 fly M F Takashi Yamamoto, 78.JPN 


18) 


989 


49.17 


100 free M F Neil Walker, 76.USA 


19) 


988 


4:16.54 


400 im M F Matthew Dunn, 73.AUS 




988 


1:01.60 100 breast M S Simon Cowley, 80.AUS 




988 


53.01 


100 fly M S Scott Miller, 75.AUS 


22) 


987 


22.26 


50 free M F Gary Hall, 74.USA 




987 


4:16.77 


400 im M F Curtis Myden, 73.CAN 




987 


2:01.01 


200 imM F Tom Wilkens, 75.USA 


25) 


985 


1:08.54 100 breast W F Megan Quann,84,USA 


26) 


984 


4:08.75 


400 free W F Lindsay Benko, 76, USA 




984 


1:59.08 


200 back M S Raymond Hass, 77.AUS 


28) 


982 


55.13 


100 back M F Matt Welsh, 76.AUS 




982 


1:57.68 


200 fly M S UgurTaner, 74.USA 




982 


49.42 


100 free M F Chris Fydler, 72.AUS 



F = finals, S = semi-finals, H = prelims 



1999 PAN PACIFIC MEDAL TOTALS 

Gold Silver Bronze Total 



2 AUS 


13 


12 


6 


31 


3 RSA 


3 


1 


5 


9 


4 CAN 


2 


4 


5 


11 


5 JPN 


*2 


4 


3 


9 


6 CRC 








1 


10 




*33 


31 


32 


96 


*Tie for gold 


n women's 100 back 






PAN PAC TOTAL MEDALS 1983 


-99 


Country 


Gold 


Silver 


Bronze 


Total 


1 USA 


194 


112 


91 


397 


2 AUS 


59 


100 


68 


227 


3 CAN 


13 


37 


67 


117 


4 JPN 


13 


25 


36 


74 


5 CHN 


5 


9 


9 


23 


6 NZL 


4 


7 


14 


25 


7 RSA 


4 


2 


5 


11 


8 CRC 


3 


2 


4 


9 


9 BRA 


1 





1 


2 


10 PUR 


1 





1 


2 


11SUR 


1 








1 


Total 


298 


294 


296 


888 



WORLD LONG COURSE 

• Men's 200 freestyle: Ratified Sep 1 

1:46.34 Ian Thorpe, AUS, Sydney, Aug.22, semi-finals 
1:46.00 Ian Thorpe, AUS, Sydney, Aug 24, final 
Betters old record of 1:46.67 Grant Hackett, AUS, 1999. 

• Men's 400 freestyle: Ratified Sep 1 
3:41.83 Ian Thorpe, AUS, Sydney, Aug 22. 

Betters old record of 3:43.80 Kieren Perkins, AUS, 1994. 

• Men's 50 backstroke: Ratified Sep 19 
24.99 Lenny Krazelburg, USA, Sydney, Aug 28. 
Establishes first world record, betters existing world best 
of 25.13 Jeff Rouse, USA, 1993. 

• Men's 100 backstroke: Ratified Sep 1 
53-60 Lenny Krayzelburg, USA, Sydney, Aug 24. 
Betters old record of 53.86 Jeff Rouse, USA, 1992 

• Men's 200 backstroke: Ratified Sep 19 

1:55.87 Lenny Krayzelburg, USA, Sydney, Aug 27. Betters 
old record of 1:56.57 Martin Lopez-Zubero, ESP, 1991- 

• Men's 4x200 free relay: Ratified Sep 19 
7:08.79 Australia, AUS, Sydney, Aug 25. 
Betters old record of 7:11.86 Australia, 1998 

• Women's 50 breaststroke: Ratified Sep 19 
30.83 Penelope Heyns, RSA, Sydney, Aug 28. 

Betters old record of 30.95 Penelope Heyns, RSA, 1998. 

• Women's 100 breaststroke: Ratified Sep 1 
1:06.52 Penelope Heyns, RSA, Sydney, Aug 23, prelims. 
Betters old record of 1:06.95 Penelope Heyns, RSA, 1999 

• Women's 200 breaststroke: Ratified Sep 19 
2:24.42 Penelope Heyns, RSA, Sydney, Aug 26, semis. 
2:23.64 Penelope Heyns, RSA, Sydney, Aug 27, final. 
Betters old record of 2:24.51 Penny Heyns, July 18, 1999. 

• Women's 100 butterfly: Ratified Sep 1 
57.88 Jenny Thompson, USA, Sydney, Aug 23, finals. 
Betters old record of 57.93 Mary T. Meagher, USA, 1981. 

AMERICAN 

• Men's 100 backstroke: 

53-60 Lenny Krayzelburg, USA, Sydney, Aug 24. 
Betters old record of 53-86 Jeff Rouse, USA, 1992 

• Men's 200 backstroke: 

1:55.87 Lenny Krayzelburg, USA, Sydney, Aug 27. 
Betters old record of 1:56.68 by Krayzelburg, Aug. 1999 

• Women's 100 butterfly: 

57.88 Jenny Thompson, USA, Sydney, Aug 23, finals. 
Betters old record of 57.93 Mary T. Meagher, USA, 1981. 

• Women's 4x200 free relay: 
7:57.61 Pan Pacific Team, Sydney, Aug 26 

Team composed of Lindsay Benko, Ellen Stonebraker, 

Jenny Thompson, Cristina Teuscher. 

Betters old record of 7:59-87 Olympic Team, Atlanta,1996 

COMMONWEALTH: 

• Men's 100 freestyle: 

48.73 Michael Klim, AUS, Sydney, Aug 22, relay lead-off. 
Betters old record of 49-15 Michael Klim, AUS, 1997 

• Men's 200 freestyle: 

1:46.34 Ian Thorpe, AUS, Sydney, Aug.23, semi-finals 
1:46.00 Ian Thorpe, AUS, Sydney, Aug 24, final 
Betters old record of 1:46.67 Grant Hackett, AUS, 1999- 



• Men's 400 freestyle: 

3:41.83 Ian Thorpe, AUS, Sydney, Aug 22. 

Betters old record of 3:43.80 Kieren Perkins AUS, 1994. 

• Men's 200 backstroke: 

1:59-08 Ray Haas, AUS, Sydney, Aug 26, semi finals 
Betters old record of 1:59-39 Mark Versfeld, CAN, 1998 

• Men's 4x100 free: 
3:16.08 Australia, Sydney, Aug 22. 

Betters old record of 3: 16.97 Australia, 1998. 

• Men's 4x100 free relay: 
7:08.79 Australia, AUS, Sydney, Aug 25. 
Betters old record of 7:1 1.86 Australia, 1998 

• Women's 200 freestyle: 

1:58.17 Susan O'Neill, AUS, Sydney, Aug 25. 

Betters old record of 1:59-11 Susan O'Neill, AUS, 1999 

• Women's 100 backstroke: 
1:01.51 Dyana Calub, AUS, Sydney, Aug 24. 

Betters old record of 1:01.78 Nicole Stevenson, AUS, 1992 

• Women's 50 breaststroke: 

30.83 Penelope Heyns, RSA, Sydney, Aug 28. 

Betters old record of 30.95 Penelope Heyns, RSA, 1998. 

• Women's 100 breaststroke: 

1:06.52 Penelope Heyns, RSA, Sydney, Aug 23, prelims. 
Betters old record of 1:06.95 Penelope Heyns, RSA, 1999- 

• Women's 200 breaststroke: 

2:24.42 Penelope Heyns, RSA, Sydney, Aug 26, semis. 
2:23.64 Penelope Heyns, RSA, Sydney, Aug 27, final. 
Betters old record of 2:24.51 Penny Heyns, July 18, 1999 

• Women's 200 butterfly: 

2:06.53 Susan O'Neill, AUS, Sydney, Aug 25, semi-finals 
Betters old record of 2:06.60 Susan O'Neill, AUS, 1998 

• Women's 200 individual medley: 

2:13.95 Joanne Malar, CAN, Sydney, Aug 24, semi-finals 
2:13.63 Joanne Malar, CAN, Sydney, Aug 25, final 
Betters old record of 2:14.18 Joanne Malar, Aug 6, 1999 

• Women's 4x200 free relay: 
8:00.67 Australia, AUS, Sydney, Aug 26,1999 
Betters old record of 8:03.73 Australia, 1998. 

CANADIAN SENIOR 

• Men's 100 freestyle: 

49.94 Yannick Lupien, MAC, Sydney, Aug 26, finals 
Betters old record of 50.06 Stephen Clarke, ROW, 1997. 

• Men's 4x100 free relay: 

3:20.73 Pan Pacific Team, Sydney, Aug 22. 

Team composed of Yannick Lupien, Craig Hutchison, 

Jake Steele and Graham Duthie. 

Betters old record of 3:21.27 Commonwealth Team, 1998. 

• Women's IOO freestyle: 

55.94 Laura Nicholls, ROW, Sydney, Aug 27. 
Betters old record 56.05 Shannon Shakespeare, MM, 1996. 

• Women's 200 individual medley: 
2:13.95 Joanne Malar, CAN, Sydney, Aug 24 
2:13.63 Joanne Malar, CAN, Sydney, Aug 25 

Betters old record of 2:14.18 Joanne Malar, UCSC, 1999 

• Women's 4x100 free relay: 
3:44.50 Pan Pacific Team, Sydney, Aug 22. 

Team composed of Jessica Deglau, Marianne Limpert, 
Ann Lydal, Laura Nicholls. 

Betters old record of 3:44.90 World Championships Team, 1998. 



12 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1999 



1999 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS 




TEN WORLD RECORDS TUMBLE 

AMERICANS EDGE AUSTRALIA IN FINAL RACE 



Nick Thierry 

It was a week of great athletic feats — the best 
competition many veterans can remember.Great 
anticipation and interest was generated by the 
match-up between Australia and the top swimming 
power — the United States. 

For the first time in 50 years, the powerful 
Australian men's team challenged the perennial 
powerhouse Americans for supremacy. 

The record tally of 10 world records, with two 
additional in time trials, compared well with recent 
maj or competitions. At the 1 998 Worlds there were no 
records and at the 1996 Olympics there were only 
four. The most records were set at the 1976 Olympics 
with 29, and 19 at the 1992 Olympic Games. 

The Sydney Olympic pool is magnificent and 
without doubt contributed greatly to exciting atmos- 
phere. Final sessions were soldout for the eight days. 
Channel 9 put the finals sessions on prime time for 
the duration and Australians embraced Olympic 
sports. Since it opened in 1994, the most 
popular swimming meet at Homebush Bay 
had been the 1996 Australian Olympic Trials, 
attended by just more that 42,000. On the last 
day of the Pan Pacs a record attendance of 
5,214 brought the eight-day total to 55,243. 

The pool will now undergo expansion to 
increase seating to 17,000 for the Olympics. 

For most of the competition an Austral- 
ian win looked possible but in the ultimate 
irony, the competition came down to the final 
men's 4x100 medley relay. The Americans 
beat Australia, who were subsequently 
disqualified. That gave them a tie in golds at 
13 each, but not in overall medals (35 to 32) 
or team points (391 to 372). The Americans 
rule for another year. 

"I would have liked to win on all three 
counts," Australian Head Coach Don Talbot 
said. "The men's relay team was going very 
well but unfortunately they died, got shot, 
killed, disqualified, whichever way you'd like 
to put it." 

This last-minute set-back should be a 
warning and guard against the creep of 
complacency leading into the Olympic year. 
Talbot said this was the best Australian men's 
team of all time. 

American coach Mark Schubert said this 
was the greatest swimming meet in 30 years. 
"The Australians are definitely the second 



nation in the world of swimming, by about 2/10ths of 
a second. 

"We got a tremendous challenge from Australia. 
I was expecting it and I expect even better next year. 

"For us Americans it became a matter of pride 
after the third day when we were getting shellacked. 
That motivated us more than anything." 

Canadian had the difficulty of peaking twice — 
at the Pan Ams during the first week of August and two 
weeks later at the Pan Pacs. Canadian Head Coach 
Dave Johnson said, "We swam against well-rested 
Australian and American teams and were still able to 
put up solid performances in some cases better than 
at the Pan Ams. 

"We learned that if you want to medal at the 
Olympics you're going to have to be at world-record 
levels in your events." 

The Olympics return to Australianextyearforthe 
first time since 1956 — the last time Australians won 
more golds than the USA in a major meet. 

The eight-day format with semi-finals worked 




Three world records for 16-year-old Ian Thorpe (AUS) 



well, but versatile swimmers will have to pick their 
events carefully next year. " I'm not sure what I' 11 do, " 
Jenny Thompson (USA) said. Winner of six golds 
(three individual and three relay) she explained, "It 
was pretty tough coming from the 50 free medal 
ceremony and swim the medley relay. I'm sure others 
will be in the same situation." 

Big stars of the competition were 16-year-old Ian 
Thorpe (AUS) with three individual world records, 
and afourth on the Australian men's 4x200 free relay. 

Penny Heyns (RSA) continued to dazzle with her 
four world records on top of the four from July to 
make her one of the all-time greats of women's 
breaststroke. 

Backstroker Lenny Krayzelburg (USA) , so near so 
often, finally broke through with a sweep of all three 
world records and Jenny Thompson (USA) erased an 
18-year-old record in the 100 butterfly. 

Other standouts were Joanne Malar (CAN) win- 
ning both individual medleys; Brooke Bennett (USA) 
sweeping the women's distance free events, the Japa- 
nese women backstrokers, Simon Cowley 
(AUS) sweeping both men's breaststrokes, 
Grant Hackett (AUS) winner of the 1500 
free, and Michael Klim (AUS) winner of the 
100 free and 100 fly, and a key member of 
the three Australian relays. 

South Africans had a major impact, 
with Brendon Dedekind winning the 50 free, 
much-improved Ryk Neethling gaining 
medals in the 200-400- 1 500 free, and Sarah 
Poewe, finishing third in the women's 200 
breaststroke. 

Canadian records fell to YannickLupien 
with a 49.94 — the first under 50 seconds — 
in the men's 100 free and Laura Nicholls 
with a 55.94 in the women's 100 free. Both 
finished fourth in the final. Malar bettered 
her 200 IM record twice and the men's and 
women's 4x100 free relays set new 
standards. 

A comparison with the European 
Championships held a month before in 
Turkey show that Pan Pac men's results 
were vastly superior in 13 of 16 events. In 
women's events winning times were faster 
at Pan Pacs in 11 events. 

At the end of the competition, the 
scoreboard displayed a final message: 
"Goodbye and see you next year at the 
Olympics." 

It can't come quickly enough. 



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Nick Thierry and Paul Quinlan 

DAY 1 r August 22 

It was an historic first day, with a fantastic world record in 
the 400 free by Ian Thorpe and the Australian men's 4x 1 00 
free relay beating the Americans for the American's 
first-ever loss in this event. 

MEN'S 400 M FREESTYLE 

Grant Hackett (AUS) , who set the early pace, led through 
the 100 in 53-95, with Ryk Neethling (RSA) second in 
54.05, two hundredths of a second ahead of Ian Thorpe 
(AUS). At the 150 mark, Thorpe turned on the jet power 
and surged to the lead, touching at 200 m in 1:51.03 to 
Neethling's 1:51.22 andHackett'sl:51.32.The"Thorpedo" 
moved ahead as the race progressed through the 300. It 
was all Thorpe for the gold and the world record in 3:4 1 .83, 
with Hackett (3:46.02) and Neethling (3:46.31) battling 
for second. 

Thorpe's tactics worked well. Hackett and Neethling 
took the early lead, which allowed Thorpe to negative split. 
The new world record-holder's first 200 was 1:51.03 and 
second 200 was 1:50.80. 

"I don't believe this. It's the first time I've gone out 
there and swum my own race," Thorpe said. "I was able to 
get the benefit of doing that." 

When asked how this compared with winning a world 
championship, as he did in 1998, Thorpe said: "Almost as 
good. It's pretty close. It's an amazing feeling becoming 
world champion at 15 and now to do this in front of my 
home crowd tonight." 

Thorpe's coach Doug Frost was utterly perplexed, 
saying: "I just can'tbelieve it. What an outstanding swim. 
I thought it was going to take a world record to win it. I 
thought it would be a lot closer. It was the best swim in 
history. Just amazing — he is an amazing athlete. He has 
big ambitions and goals and he is achieving those goals, 
which I thought were unreachable." 



How the race was split: 






Thorpe 


Hackett 


Neethling 


50 


25.91 


25.89 


25.97 


100 


54.07 


53.95 


54.05 


150 


1:22.61 


1:22.42 


1:22.67 


200 


1:51.03 


1:51.32 


1:51.22 


250 


2:19.11 


2:20.14 


2:19.86 


300 


2:46.29 


2:49.26 


2:48.85 


350 


3:14.30 


3:18.30 


3:18.11 


400 


3:41.83 


3:46.02 


3:46.31 



WOMEN'S 400 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 

Joanne Malar (CAN) was favoured having the fastest time 
of all competitors at 4:38.46 ahead of Yasuko Tajima 
0PN), the only other competitor to have gone under 
4:40.00 with a PB of 4:39-45. 

Tajima was in the lead after the fly in 1:03.41, 
increasing her lead by another body length in the 



backstroke leg (2:13.01). 

Malar made her move in the breaststroke, with Maddy 
Crippen (USA) 3/100ths back. Tajima and Cristina 
Teuscher (USA) were half a body length behind. 

There were four swimmers with a chance of winning 
the gold as they went in to the final 100 of freestyle. For a 
time it looked like Teuscher's distance background was 
going to win the event for her, but Malar was not to be 
denied and fought back strongly to take the gold in 
4:40.23.Tajimatookthesilverin4:40.56,aheadofTeuscher 
in 4:41.21. 



The splits: 





Malar 


Tajima 


Teuscher 


50 


30.32 


30.12 


30.08 


100 


1:04.21 


1:03.41 


1:04.85 


150 


1:40.71 


1:38.76 


1:40.50 


200 


2:16.18 


2:13.01 


2:15.56 


250 


2:55.30 


2:55.03 


2:55.75 


300 


3:35.95 


3:36.88 


3:36.96 


350 


4:09.17 


4:09.48 


4:09.09 


400 


4:40.23 


4:40.56 


4:41.12 




'This has been 


a harder double than I thought it 



would be," a tired Malar said after competing in the Pan 
Ams in Winnipeg during the first week of August and then 
making the long trip to Australia. "I don't feel like I'm 
100-per-cent rested and tapered right now. However, if I 
can go a 4:40 feeling pretty tired, that's a good sign. You 
have to be tough." 

It was Malar's first career win at Pan Pacs. "I was 
seriously nervous before the final. It was important for me 
to swim really well in this pool. No matter what, I always 
take the 400 IM very seriously. 

"I've been playing around with my splitting and it's 
just awesome that I can control and know what I want to 
look for. I've been trying to swim more controlled and it 
paid off. I wanted to come on in the last 200 really strong. " 



WOMEN'S 4x100 FREESTYLE RELAY 

The Australian team with Sarah Ryan leading got away to 
a great start, edging the USA's Liesl Kolbisen 56.10 to 
56.26. The Canadians were third with a 56.74 from Jessica 
Deglau. The Americans and Australians made a great race 
of it with Canada always close at hand and a threat 
particularly to Australiafor the silver medal. With the final 
leg to be swum, the USA touched in 2:47.59, half-a-second 
ahead of Australia (2:48.03) and Canada (2:48.78) Jenny 
Thompson anchored the Americans with a 54.27 to put 
the race away with a 3:41.86. Susie O'Neill (AUS) didn't 
quite match that, but her 54.66 was a personal best and 
Australia's 3:42.69 just missed the national record of 
3:42.61. 

Canada, in third with 3:44.50, set a national record. 

The American women have dominated this event and 
it was Jenny Thompson's sixth consecutive gold in this 
relay. 

MEN'S 4x100 FREESTYLE RELAY 

The Australians made it an historic occasion, downing the 
Americans in the 4x100 free relay for the first time ever. No 
other nation has ever toppled the Americans in this relay. 

Michael Klim (AUS) led off in 48.73, which gave the 
Australians over a body-length lead and was a national 
record. The Americans moved up with a 48.93 leg from 
Josh Davis, but it was not enough to catch the Aussies, 
whose second swimmer, Jeff English, split 49.60. Another 
fast leg from Neil Walker (48.90) moved the Americans 
closer as Chris Fydler's 49-20 maintained a slight 
advantage for the Australians. Ian Thorpe assured the win 
for Australia with his 48.55 anchor, to Jason Lezak's 48.83 
for the Americans. 

Thewinningtime was 3:16.08, the thirdfastestever — 
only two USA teams have been faster. The USA placed 
second with 3:16.81. Canada was third in 3:20.73, setting 
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"We're lookingforevery win you can get," Australian 
head coach Don Talbot said. "While you can recognize the 
world record as being great, to win the relay and topple the 
Americans is better." 

He was full of praise for Thorpe, who "could be the 
greatest Australian swimmer we've ever had — maybe the 
greatest the world has ever seen." Talbot raved about the 
l6-year-old's Ferrari-style acceleration and he rated that 
400 free among the best races he had ever witnessed. 

Fastest semi-finals winners were Jenny Thompson 
(USA) in the 100 fly with 58.57, and Simon Cowley (AUS) 
with 1:01.60 in the men's 100 breaststroke. 

DAY 2, August 23 

World records fell this day in the women's 100 fly, 
women's lOObreast (prelims), and the men's200 freestyle 
(semi-finals). 

Australia led the medal totals with 8 (4 gold and 4 
silver) , while the USA had 8 medals (3 gold, 2 silver, and 
3 bronze). 

WOMEN'S 100 BUTTERFLY 

Jenny Thompson (USA) looked very strong and fluid in 
her stroke, turning at the 50 in record pace with a 26.94, 
well ahead of Susan O'Neill (AUS) with 27.71. Coming off 
the turn, Thompson accelerated and slammed into the 
wall in 57.88, erasing Mary T. Meagher's long-standing 
record of 57.93 from 1981. 

Susan O'Neill was second in 59.07, with Ayari Aoyama 
(JPN) third in 59-58. 

The new world-record holder said "It's just a dream 
come true. I can't believe it, I'm just so psyched. I was 
thinking it's really amazing there's been this many new 
world records. 

"Tonight I didn't know where I was in the race, but 
I just kept going and hoped that record was there. It's a 





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The Thorpedo in full flight 

fantastic pool — a fantastic meet. It's great!" 

MEN'S 100 BREASTSTROKE 

Michael Norment (USA) led the field down the first length, 
going to the wall in 29.06, with Simon Cowley (AUS) 
following in 29.20 and Brett Petersen (RSA) in 29.30. 

The 18-year-old Cowley pulled ahead in the last 15 
metres to take the gold in 1:02.06, with Regan Harrison 
(AUS) surprising in second in 1:02.26, ahead of Morgan 
Knabe (CAN) in 1:02.37. 

"I was just happy to get on the board first. I'm a little 
disappointed with the time because I swam so well 
yesterday — but — a win's a win. 

"My starts haven't been strong in the past and I have 
done a lot of work on them. I hit them pretty well in the 





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prelims and the semis — but not in the final." 

WOMEN'S 400 FREESTYLE 

Lindsay Benko (USA) was in the lead for the first 100 with 
59-80, aheadof Brooke Bennett (USA) with 1:00.20. Bennett 
then moved into the lead, which she maintained for the 
rest of the race, winning in 4:08.39 to Benko's 4:08.75. 
Bennett's time was her personal best by over two seconds. 
Claudia Poll (CRC) was third in 4:11.53. 

When asked what this win meant to her 12 months 
before the Olympics, Bennett replied: "I think it means a 
lot — especially to get a good feel in the water — know 
what it's going to look like next year." 

MEN'S 400 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 

Curtis Myden (CAN) was the favourite with the fastest time 
of the year. Matthew Dunn was not given much of a 
chance of winning after breaking a leg in May and 
missing his usual aerobic preparation. 

Dunn won in4: 16.54 to Myden's4: 16.77. Tom Wilkens 
(USA), who led for the first half, had be content with the 
bronze medal in 4:18.58. 

Dunn appeared stunned at the result and the great 
race it turned out to be. When asked where it hit him, he 
replied "In the legs. Last time I walked like this I had a 
broken leg. I'm just rapt. I had a really disjointed 
preparation and I'm happy to come away with the win." 

Dunn on Myden: "Yeah, he's a good competitor. It 
wouldn't have been the race it was without Curtis." 
The splits 

Dunn Myden Wilkens 
100 59.29 58.59 58.32 
200 2:06.60 2:05.27 2:04.28 
300 3:18.04 3:17.21 3:16.75 
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Semi-finals were held in the 1 00 backstroke, with two 
Japanese women posting the fastest times — Mai 
Nakamurawith 1:02.07 and Noriko Inada with 1:02.27. 

Averyfast men's 200 freestylesemi-final hadMichael 
Klim (AUS) on record pace in the first heat, posting a 
personal best of 1:46.82, followed by a record swim by Ian 
Thorpe in the next heat. His 1 :46.34 bettered Grant Hackett's 
1 :46.67 from last March. Thorpe's splits were 25.03, 52.50, 
and 1:19.36. 

"It's going to be a great race tomorrow night," 
Thorpe predicted. 

DAY 3. August 24 

With two more world records, the total was six after three 
days of swimming. 

World records fell to Ian Thorpe (AUS) in the 200 free 
and Lenny Krazelburg (USA) in the 100 back. 

Australia led with 13 medals (6-6-1), followed by the 
USA with 11 (4-3-4) and Canada with 5 (1-1-3). 

WOMEN'S 100 BACKSTROKE 

An Australian record and apoortouch resulted in a rare tie 
for the gold. 

Mai Nakamura (JPN) had the early lead, touching 
first at the 50 in 29.74, with Dyana Calub (AUS) second 
with 29.95. Calub finished strongly and seemingly won. 
But in a dramatic turn of events, the scoreboards failed to 
register the times. 

After a delay of several minutes and to the surprise of 
the crowd, Calub and Nakamura were both shown with 
the same time of 1:01.51 — the computer was not able to 
separate them. Gold medals went to both swimmers. 
Barbara Bedford took the bronze medal in 1:01.76. 



Meet Director Roger Smith, a FINA Vice-President, 
said of the scoreboard problem, "Therewas amalfunction 
between the touch pad and the electronic scoreboard; so 
we checked the (paper) tape and the video. Both results 
were exactly the same." 

Mai Nakamura said, "I lost with a poor touch on the 
wall. This is a problem I have and I must fix it." 

Calub was overcome with her first international 
medal. " I was hoping this meet was going to my best so far 
and it has been. I just swam my own race in my own lane 
and didn't worry about anyone else. I'm very happy with 
the time, which broke Nicole Stevenson's Australian 
record." 

MEN'S 200 FREESTYLE 

The race started with Ian Thorpe and Michael Klim stroke 
for stroke on the first lap, with Klim turning in 24.83 
ahead of Thorpe in 24.92. Thorpe looked very smooth and 



moved ahead in the second 50, splitting 52.01 at the 100. 
Klim was still at Thorpe's shoulder with a 52.14. Ryk 
Neethling (RSA) was in third place. 

Klim could not keep up in the last lap. The amazing 
Ian Thorpe had done it again, blowing his opposition out 
of the water with a tremondous last lap to set a record of 
1:46.00. 
The splits: 

Thorpe Klim Neethling 
50 24.92 24.82 25.33 
100 52.01 52.14 52.86 
150 1:18.95 1:19-51 1:20.54 
200 1:46.00 1:47.40 1:48.17 

After his third world record in three days, Thorpe was 
asked if it gets any better than this. "I don't think so. I 
never believed I could do it this fast. Now it's done it has 
been all worthwhile." 

MEN'S 100 BACKSTROKE 

Lenny Krayzelburg (USA) went ahead of Jeff Rouse's 
world-record pace of 26.32 with a fast 25.97, to write his 
name into the record book with a winning time of 53-60. 

MattWelsh (AUS) improved again to take the silver in 
55.13 over teammate Josh Watson, who was third in 55.18 

"That was my goal," said Krayzelburg. "To set a new 
world record, but I kind of surprised myself here. It's an 
awesome pool — definitely the best I've raced in. I'm 
really looking forward to coming back next year." 

WOMEN'S 100 BREASTSTROKE 

It was all Penny Heyns again as the South African swam 
with her customary power stroke. However it was not to be 
a new record this time, winning with a 1 :07.08, slowest of 
the three rounds (1:06.52 prelims and 1:06.99 semis). 

"I can't say I'm disappointed in my time," Heyns 
said. "Obviously I was hoping to go a little faster than I'd 
gone last night. So far I've had a really brilliant month of 
racing. Each race is an opportunity to leam something. I 
think I made a couple of little mistakes, like my finish." 

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Kristy Kowal (USA) third in 1:08.56. 



In semi-finals, Susan O'Neill posted the fastest time 
in the 200 free with 1:59-88 and Joanne Malar (CAN) 
swam a personal best and the fastest time this year with a 
2: 13.95 in the 200 IM. Tom Malchow (USA) had the fastest 
time in the 200 fly with 1:55.76. 

DAY 4, August 25 

The seventh world record of the competition in the men's 
4x200 free relay was the fourth day's highlight. 

Tom Malchow (USA) won the 200 fly in the second- 
fastest time ever, Susie O'Neill (AUS) won the 200 free, 
and Joanne Malar (CAN) won the 200 IM. 

The USA moved ahead in total medals with 17 
(5-6-6), with Australia 16 (8-6-2) still ahead on golds. 

WOMEN'S 200 FREESTYLE 

Lindsay Benko (USA) had the lead for the first three 
lengths, splitting 27.86 at the 50, 57.58 at the 100, and 
l:28.00at the 150. Susan O'Neill (AUS), in second 
with 28.14 at the 50 and 58.01 at the 100, closed the gap 
at the 150 with 1:28.03, and moved into the lead on the 
final length, winning in 1:58.17, a Commonwealth and 
Australian record and a full second improvement over her 
previous best. 

Benko placed second with 1:59-60 and Ellen 
Stonebraker (USA) third with 2:00.46 

MEN'S 200 BUTTERFLY 

Inspired by all the record setting, Tom Malchow (USA) 
was on record pace, but fell short at the end. His time of 
1:55.41 is the second-fastest 200 butterfly time ever. 

Takashi Yamamoto (JPN) was second with 1:57.33 
and UgurTaner (USA) third with 1:57.82. 



"It was close," Malchow said. "There is something 
out there for me to keep shooting for, to keep me focused. 
Hopefully I will be back here next year — maybe I'll be 
ready next time to go that fast." 

WOMEN'S 200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 

Tomoko Hagiwara (JPN) had the lead for the fly (28.76) 
and back (1:01.99). Elli Overton (AUS) was second at the 
100 with 1:03.17, with Cristina Teuscher (USA) third in 
1:03.52 and Joanne Malar (CAN) fourth in 1:03.95. 
Holding back for the first half was the right strategy as 
Malar made her move in the second half, moving into 
the lead on the breaststroke leg and holding off a 
fast-charging Teuscher. 

Malar's winning time of 2:13.63 was a Common- 
wealth and Canadian record. Teuscher was second with 
2:14.31 and Overton third with 2:14.51. Hagiwara, the 
early leader, missed the podium. 

"When I touched the wall I was happy, but I know I 
can go faster than that," Malarsaid. "I felt pressure to win 
because I wanted to end my last individual race on a high 
note. This has been the best season of my career. I've really 
learned to swim fast. And being here was so inspirational." 





Malar 


Teuscher 


Overton 


Hagiwara 


50 


29.52 


29.55 


29.21 


28.76 


100 


1:03.95 


1:03.52 


1:03.17 


1:01.99 


150 


1:42.07 


1:43.24 


1:42.43 


1:42.32 


200 


2:13.63 


2:14.31 


2:14.51 


2:14.70 



MEN'S 4x200 FREESTYLE RELAY 

The crowd sensed a world record and got behind the 
Australian team. 

Ian Thorpe just missed the world record in the lead- 
off leg. Newcomer to the relay team, Bill Kirby, increased 



the lead over the USA. Grant Hackett swam third and 
showed no effects from the virus he had contracted early 
in the week. Michael Klim then anchored in fine style to 
take an amazing three seconds off Australia's record time 
from the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur. 

The crowd went wild, appreciating thepiece of history 
they had witnessed. 



The splits: 








Australia 




USA 




200 1:46.28 


Thorpe 


1:48.67 


Carvin 


400 1:48.96 


Kirby 


1:47.66 


Davis 


600 1:46.39 


Hackett 


1:51.43 


Malchow 


800 1:47.25 


Klim 


1:48.90 


Taner 


7:08.79 




7:16.66 





Semi-finals were held in the men's 100 free with 
Michael Klim (AUS) leading all qualifiers with 49.39- 
Simon Cowley (AUS) was fastest in the men's 200 breast- 
stroke with 2:13.21. 

In the women's 200 fly, Susan O'Neill (AUS) swam 
2:06.53 and had everyone anticipating the final on the 
next day where she would attack the oldest remaining 
world record of 2:05.96 from 1981. 

DAY 5, August 26 

The day's highlight was a world record for Penny Heyns in 
the 200 breast semis. It was the eighth world record in five 
days. 

Australians won three of four finals contested this 
day, moving them in the gold medal lead with 21 
(1 1-7-3), with the USA tied for total medals 21 (6-8-7) 

MEN'S 200 BREASTSTROKE 

It was acome-from-behind swim for Simon Cowley (AUS) . 
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contention and at the 150 was half a body-length behind 
Tom Wilkens (USA), the leader for the first three lengths. 

Cowley, with his classical long, flat breaststroke tech- 
nique, moved ahead to finish a body length in front of 
Wilkens. Terence Parkin (RSA) held on to take the bronze. 

Cowley, coached by Doug Frost, looks better every 
time he jumps into the pool. "Yeah, I'm pretty happy," he 
said. "I would like to have gone a bit quicker. But you 
know I will have another opportunity." 
The splits: 

Cowley Wilkens Parkin 
50 30.76 30.19 30.51 
100 1:05.22 1:04.47 1:04.62 
150 1:39-11 1:38.46 1:39-11 
200 2:12.98 2:13.97 2:14.12 

WOMEN'S 200 BUTTERFLY 

The gold was never in question. Anticipation was high 
after Susan O'Neill (AUS) posted the second-best-ever 
time in the semis, a mere half a second off the oldest 
record. 

O'Neill won in a most convincing way with a four- 
second margin over Jessica Deglau (CAN) with 2:10.27 
and Misty Hyman (USA) with 2:10.40. 

A comparison of O'Neill's splits and the record: 
O'Neill Meagher 
50 28.70 29.53 
100 1:00.71 1:01.41 
150 1:33.25 1:33.69 
200 2:06.60 2:05.96 

The splits tell the story. Maybe O'Neill would have 
had more in the tank for the last lap if she had been a little 



more conservative in the first 100. 

Coach Scott Volkers said, "She obviously wanted it 
badly tonight. I could see in the first 25 that it was probably 
not going to be simple because the stroke rate was 2 strokes 
per minute too high. You've got to do it easy — I guess 
that's the pressure and that's what she has got to learn." 

MEN'S 100 FREESTYLE 

Michael Klim (AUS) stayed underwater with his dolphin 
movement for 1 2 metres at the start and led the field to the 
turn in 23.08, under record pace. Klim held on to win in 
48.90 over Neil Walker (USA) with 49. 17 and Chris Fydler 
(AUS) with 49.42. 

WOMEN'S 4x200 FREE RELAY 

The American women won their only gold of the evening 
in this relay with the second-fastest time ever and an 
American record. Their time was 7:57.61, a two-second 
improvement over the US Olympic gold performance 
from 1996. 

Australia was second with 8:00.67 for a Common- 
wealth and Australian record, and Canada was third with 
8:06.86. 

Semi-final winners this day were Jenny Thompson 
(USA) in the 100 free with 55.48 and Lenny Krayzelburg 
(USA) with 1:57.41 in the 200 back, with Raymond Hass 
(AUS) setting a national record of 1:59-08. Men's 200 IM 
top qualifier was Curtis Myden (CAN) in 2:02.38, with 
Grant McGregor (AUS), Tom Wilkens (USA), and 
Matthew Dunn (AUS) also under 2:03. 

Penny Heyns (RSA) set her second world record of the 
competition in the 200 breaststroke semi-final, with 




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2:24.42, bettering her five-week-old time of 2:24.51. 
However, she was feeling the strain and said after her 
latest record, "I really felt like it was time to go home. 
I'm tired of racing. 

"The focus tonight was to be really relaxed and to 
have fun, to enjoy every bit of the race for what it was." 

DAY 6, August 27 

Two more world records brought the total to ten after six 
days. The world records were in the men's 200 backstroke 
and women's 200 breaststroke. Australia did not win 
a gold this day but still led in the medal totals with 26 
(11-9-6) to the USA's 25 (9-9-7). Canada was third with 
10(2-3-5). 

WOMEN'S 200 BREASTSTROKE 

Penny Heyns (RSA), in a class of her own, bettered the 
world record for the second consecutive day (her fourth in 
thiseventin 1999)-HeynswasaheadofKristyKowal (USA) 
by half a body-length at the first turn, but with an incred- 
ible 100 split she increased that to a full body-length. At the 
finish, there was a two body-length margin of victory. 

Of note were the great times by Kowal, in second with 
2:25.52, and Sarah Poewe (RSA), in third with 2:25.90. 
The splits: 

Heyns Aug 26 Aug 27 Kowal Poewe 
50 33.34 33.52 33.34 33-91 
100 1:10.58 1:09.16 1:09-96 1:11.65 
150 1:47.91 1:46.02 1:47.47 1:49.32 
200 2:24.42 2:23.64 2:25.52 2:25.90 

"I'm shocked," Heyns said aftersaying afew words of 
post-race prayer as she lingered in the pool. "I was 
nervous. I hurt a bit more coming home than the other 
night, and now I know why. 



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Susan O'Neill (AUS), in hot pursuit ot 200 fly record 



"I'm just pleased that I've been able to handle the 
pressure because there were times before this event when 
I thought I was losing it and I really didn't feel like racing, 
but I managed to turn it around." And how! 

MEN'S 200 BACKSTROKE 

It was a good bet that this event would have a new record 
as Lenny Krayzleburg (USA) had five of the 10 fastest times 
ever done prior to this race. 

He was already half a body-length ahead of everyone 
after he emerged from the underwater start, and he just 
moved ahead of the world record pace at each turn. 
The splits: 

Krayzelburg Old record 
50 27.18 28.29 
100 56.19 58.08 
150 1:25.64 1:27.50 
200 1:55.87 1:56.57 

The understatement of the night came from the new 
record-holder after the race, when he said: "I went out 
a little bit too fast but I'm still relieved and excited." 

The crowd? "It's awesome — some say you can't hear 
it, but I certainly can. The people cheering just gives you 
that extra second wind where you can call on it in the last 
25. I'm definitely going to be here next year." 

WOMEN'S 100 FREESTYLE 

Jenny Thompson (USA) was the easy winner in this event, 
an event where in 1992 she held the world record briefly. 
Now better known as a flyer, she is also the world's best in 
this event. 

After the start, she held a half body-length lead at the 
25 and turned first at 50 in 26.47. She powered home in 
54.89. Sarah Ryan (AUS) was second throughout, turning 
in 26.88 to finish in 55-58, apersonal best. Rebecca Creedy 
(AUS), only sixth at the turn, moved up on the field to pick 
up a third in 55.90. 

Laura Nicholls (CAN) just missed a medal, but her 
55.94 was a Canadian record. 

Crowd noise? "I didn't hear it. I just tried to get to the 
wall first," said Thompson. 



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And the ebullient silver medallist, Sarah Ryan, said: 
"I've never had a medal in a 100 m (internationally) 
before. I'm stoked." 

MEN'S 200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 

Tom Wilkens (USA) helped to make it a good night for the 
Americans, with their third consecutive gold. Curtis Myden 
(CAN) and Matt Dunn (AUS) had their usual contest, but 
the Australian was not able to make up the lead in the 
second half as he did in the distance IM. 

"I really worked on my race tonight," Wilkens said. 
"I wanted to get myself in a position to win. In my head I 
knew exactly what I had to do to win, and luckily I was able 
to do that. That is my best time by eight tenths." 
The splits: 

Wilkens Myden Dunn 
50 26.52 26.74 27.21 
100 57.92 58.13 58.83 
150 1:31.57 1:32.60 1:33-52 
200 2:01.01 2:01.64 2:01.86 




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Semi-final winners were Brendon Dededkind (RSA) 
with 22. 14 in the men's 50 free, Tomoko Hagiwara (JPN) 
with 2: 1 1.20 in the women's 200 back, and Geoff Huegill 
(AUS) with 52.45 and Michael Klim (AUS) with 52.76 in 
the 100 fly. 

DAY 7, August 28 

Although there were no world records in the Pan Pacific 
scheduled events, two world records fell in special time 
trials. 

There was an upset in the the men's 50 free by 
Brendon Dedekind (RSA) and the closest finish in the 
men's 100 fly as only 2/100ths separated the first two. 
Japan continued its domination of women's backstroke 
with a sweep of the top two spots in the 200 back, and 
Brooke Bennett (USA) won the 800 free in apersonal best. 

The USA moved into the lead in total medals with 
30 (10-10-10), with Australia still leading in golds with 
29 (12-11-6). 

WOMEN'S 200 BACKSTROKE 

The tall Tomoko Hagiwara (JPN) led the field through the 
first 50 in 31.49, ahead of Lindsay Benko (USA), who 
moved to first at the 100 with 1:04.60. But Hagiwara 
regained the lead at the 150, turning in 1:38.34, and 
Benko faded to third with 2:13.51 as Miki Nakao (JPN) 
moved into second with 2:11.41. 

MEN'S 100 BUTTERFLY 

The pressure was on world record holder Michael Klim 
(AUS), as Geoff Huegill's (AUS) semi-final time of 52.45 
was the fastest of the year. 

In the final, Huegill turned in 24.41 and Klim in 
24.63. Huegill led the field in the second lap with Klim at 
his shoulder, until Klim made his move at the 85-metre 
mark to come home and win in 52.49, a narrow margin 
of only 2/100ths over Huegill's 52.51. 
A Yamamoto placed third with 52.93- 
m "My plan was to focus onfinishing well, 
(mm particularly the last fifteen metres into the 
wall, the last six strokes — that was where the 
race was going to be won and as it turned out 
that's what happened." 

WOMEN'S 800 FREESTYLE 

Brooke Bennett (USA) swam away to an easy 
win and was essentially alone, racing the 
clock. Her 8:25.06 was her personal best. It 
was her third consecutive Pan Pac win, added 
to her Olympic and World Championships 
victories. Rachel Harris (AUS) finished 
HQ second with 8:37.23 and Ellen Stonebraker 
I (USA) was third with 8:40.39- 

"I going back home and take a little 
time off," Bennett said. "Then train hard for 
our Olympic Trials and then be back here 



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MEN'S 50 FREESTYLE 

Brendon Dedekind (RSA), training in Talahassee, USA, 
swam 22.16 in the prelims and 22. 14 in the semis, so he 
certainly sent everyone a message. 

The final was a rip tearing knock 'em down contest 
between Dedekind, Gary Hall (USA) , Chris Fydler (AUS) , 
and Bill Pilczuk (USA). Dedekind and Hall broke away 
from the field at 30 metres to fight for the gold and silver. 
Dedekind showed great composure under pressure to 
once again improve his time to 22.06, fifth fastest ever. 
Hall, with 22 . 26 and Pilczuk, with 22. 52, were below their 
best times. Fydler placed fourth with a personal best of 
22.61. 

"I got away to a good start," Dedekind said, "then 
made a breakaway at 30 metres and brought it home as 
fast as I could go. I only breathed once. I usually breathe 
twice, but I saw Gary there, so I thought I better only 
breathe once. 

"I like this meet format. It gives you a good chance 
to work at getting a good lane in the final. I'm really 
happy about the Pan Pac gold medal and the meet 
record." 

He was inspired. "The thing with Penny Heyns is 
that she just makes one realize anyone can do it. She's an 
inspiration to all of us." 

South African swimmers are poor cousins of major 
powers such as the USA and Australia. Dedekind, who 
studies in the USA, had his fare to Australia paid by South 
African Swimming, after it initially said it could not 
afford to support sending its swimmers to the meet. While 
Heyns has a lucrative bank sponsorship, Dedeking is 
battling along. "I don't 
really swim for the money," 
he said. "I swim for the 
enjoyment of it, but it would 
be nice to have a proper 
sponsor." 

The only semi-final of 
the evening was the 50 free, 
with Jenny Thompson (USA) 
posting the fastest time of 
25.64. 

Prelims were heldforthe 
men's 1500 free and Kieren 
Perkins (AUS), suffering 
from influenza and dysen- 
tery, missed the finals on the 
next day. This double 
Olympic champion and 
world-record holder may 
have competed in his last 
international meet. Top 
qualifiers were Chris 
Thompson (USA) 15:11.52, 
Grant Hackett (AUS) 
15:12.64, and RykNeethling 



(RSA) 15:22.85. 

After the morning prelims were over, two special 
record attempts were allowed. FINA rules allow time 
trials without prior notice subject to the approval of the 
host federation. 

Penny Henys (RSA) bettered her own 50 breaststroke 
record with a 30.83; the old time was 30.95. It was her 
fourth world record in Sydney. 

Lenny Krazleburg (USA) swam the 50 backstroke in 
24.99 to establish the first world record, bettering the 
previous world best of 25.13- 

DAY 8, August 29 

The final day only had one session during mid- 
afternoon, and a close battle between Australia and USA 
in the medals race was marred by a disqualification. 

The Americans won three of the four events, 
winning the medals race with 35 (13-10-12), although 
Australia tied the USA for total golds with 31 (13-12-6). 
South Africa's 9 (3-1-5) medals edged out Canada's 11 
(2-1-5) in golds. 

WOMEN'S 50 FREESTYLE 

Jenny Thompson (USA) was off to a good start. At the 25 
she had a slight lead, but Sarah Ryan (RSA) in lane 8 
drew level with Thompson and was ahead with 1 metres 
remaining. Ryan's stroke rate faded marginally to let 
Thompson back in for a win. Thompson's winning time 
was 25.51, with 25.95 for Ryan and 25.94 for Liesl 
Kolbisen (USA) in third. 




Brendon Dedekind (RSA) stunned everyone with 50 free win 



MEN'S 1500 FREESTYLE 

Grant Hackett (AUS) fought off a head cold to post the third 
fasest time in history in the 1 500 freestyle. His 14:45.60 was 
j ust four seconds off the world record. It continued a streak 
of Australian distance winners that started in 1991. He 
hopes to better 14:40 at the Australian Trials next May. 

"I haven't had a great week," Hackett said. "I was a bit 
sick. I just wanted to get up and win this event. I went out 
hard and just tried to hang on. I was really focused on my 
technique when I was hurting, that was the key to my 
pace — I'm thrilled — this crowd here is unbelieveable." 

Ryk Neethling (RSA) finished in second, just missing 
the 15-minute barrier with 15:02.40. He had a great meet 
nevertheless, with thirds in the 200 and 400 free. 

Chris Thompson (USA), in third with 15:04.68, was 
the fastest American since 1988. 

WOMENS 4x100 MEDLEY RELAY 

The USA won this event convincingly over the Australians to 
put them in front of the gold medal race. Always in the lead, 
the USA won in 4:03.49, with Australia finishing in 4:0579 
and Japan in 4:07.14. 

MENS 4x100 MEDLEY RELAY 

Swimming supremacy came down to the final race. The 
winner would win the gold medal race. 

The USA took a big lead after Lenny Krayzelburg's 
backstroke lead-off and held on throughout the various 
changeovers to win with 3:36.37. Australia, desperately 
trying to catch up throughout the race, had anchor Michael 
Klim leave half a body-length behind Neil Walker, the 
anchor for the USA who split 48.52, touching ahead of the 
Aussies. Klim tried to close the 
gap, but his split of 47.78 was 
not enough, giving the 
Aussies their final time of 
3:36.54 for second. The dis- 
appointment turned into frus- 
tration when he learned he 
had taken off early and the 
team was disqualified. 

"I knew we were 
behind," Klim said. "I would 
have to go if we were to have a 
chance of winning the race 
and the meet. Betternowthan 
nextyear. In the end it has not 
made a difference in this 
meet." 

A philosophical Don 
Talbot summed it up. "It was 
down to the last relay and we 
needed to win. It's a case of 
trying too hard. We've got to 
live with that. Butwe still had 
a great meet." 

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BACKWASH 



Backwash features short clips, gossip, letters and 
opinions. Contributions are welcome. Now for the 
rumours behind the news. 

More Caught: Three Chinese swimmers have been 
disqualified from a domestic competition for failing 
blood tests. 

TheBeijingYouthDailysaidTanCaim, China's 
top-ranked women's 200 meters freestyler last year 
and two men, 400 meters freestyler Liu Gang and 100 
meters breaststroker Xia Shichao, were barred at the 
City Games in Xi'an during September. 

The China Sports Daily quoted an official of 
the Chinese Swimming Association as saying the 
concentration of red cells in their blood was over the 
permitted limit. They had only been disqualified 
from the games and not banned, he said. It quoted 
their coaches as saying the blood test results were due 
to recent training at high altitude. 

China introduced blood tests in domestic sports, 
especially in swimming, after numerous Chinese 
swimmers werebannedfordrugsby the International 
Amateur Swimming Federation (FINA), the official 
said. 

FINA banned Chinese swimmers Wang Wei and 
Xiong Guoming for three years in August after they 
tested positive for the banned drug clenbuterol. 

In September, FINA gave another four Chinese 
swimmers four-year bans for doping offences. 

Terry Gathercole, president of the Australian 
swimming body, said the latest positive tests were 
further proof China had a serious doping problem. 

"It's gone wild," Gathercole said. "If they're 
finding those in their own domestic program, I would 
say that it's pretty rampant." 

FINA World Cup: Prize money will be awarded to 

the highest scorer in each event (max 6 events to 

score) rather than the former method of scoring two 

of three backstrokes etc. 

Prize money will be as follows: 
1st place US $4,000 x 34 events = 136,000 
2nd place US $2,000 x 34 events = 68,000 
3rd place US $1,000 x 34 events = 34,000 for an 

overall total of US $238,000. 

A maximum of US $40,000 will be available for 

world records. Each record is worth US $4,000. 
Two World Cup venue changes: Shanghai rather 

than Beijing for World Cup 4, Berlin rather than 

Gelsenkirchen for World Cup 9- 

Other news: FINA is considering whether or not 

the use of the "long johns" swimsuits will be permitted at 

FINA events. 



Obituary: Allen Stack, aYale graduate and winner 
of the 1948 Olympic gold in the men's 100 
backstroke, died in his home in Honolulu on 
September 12. 

He was suffering from bone cancer for the past 
year and missed the 100th anniversary reunion of 
swimming at Yale last year. 

At 6 feet 5 inches and 215 pounds Stack was the 
first prominent backstroker to swim with a bent arm. 
His success with this technique eventually became 
the norm. 

In addition to his 1948 Olympic win, he won at 
the first Pan American Games in 1951 in Buenos 
Aires. He won 10 American national titles (7 indi- 
vidual and 3 medley relays) . He also competed at the 
1952 Olympics, finishing fourth. 
World records: 

(In 25 yard pools, as was customary in his time) 

100 metres backstroke 

1:04.0 New Haven, Jun.23, 1948 

1:03.6 New Haven, Feb.4, 1949 

150 yards backstroke 

1:29.9 New Haven, May 5,1949 

400 metres backstroke 

5:03.9 New Haven, Feb.14,1948 

Stack was born in Jan 23, 1928, in New Haven, 
graduated from Yale in 1949, spent 1951 to 1954 in 
the Navy, and graduated from Columbia University 
Law School in 1956. He moved to Honolulu and 
practiced law there until illness forced him to retire. 

Veteran swimming writer Frank Litsky wrote in 
\heNew York Times Sep. 19 edition how a friend and 
former Yale swimmer Everett MacLeman of Guilford, 
Connecticut, recalled Stack: 

"Seconds before the starting gun in the 1948 
final, he was in the water and pulled up his trunks. 
The cord broke and the trunks started to slip off. He 
hollered to the starter, who let him get out of the water 
and into new trunks that stayed up, and he became 
Yale's first-ever Olympic gold medal swimmer." 

In 1952, Stack tried to retain his Olympic title, 
but just before the event he fell off a motor scooter. 
Swimmingwith abandagedhand, he finished fourth. 
He was inducted into the International Swimming 
Hall of Fame in 1979- 

Stack had written to his wife that he had hurt his 
hand on a turn. "I thought it was a swimming turn, 
not a motor-scooter turn," his wife remembered. 

He is survived by his wife Elizabeth Loy Marks of 
Honolulu, a son, and two daughters. 

Editor: I guess you thought some years ago that I 
had dropped off the face of the earth! My life has been 
busy with lots of ups and downs like most people. 



Sorry I never responded with a letter to the Editor 
after Howard (Firby) passed away — I appreciated the 
copies you sent to me of the various ones you had 
printed. I still have them tucked away in my 
swimming files. 

SWIMNEWS has certainly flourished and the 
style of it and articles are as professional as one can 
get — tardy congratulations! There are fewer and 
fewer names that I recognize, swimming goes on, 
times get faster and faster, rules change etc. — but it's 
still a fantastic sport and I read the mag with great 
interest. 

My daughter Jeanne who you may remember, 
and her husband Glenn who was a great triathlete, 
have 3 children, the youngest of which is madly in 
love with swimming — Erika Carlsen, currently 10 
and under, her name was in SWIMNEWS a few 
months back (I forget which event). So swimming 
goes on in my family. 

Did you know — my aunt, Mabel McNamee was 
the first woman in Quebec to receive the RLSS award, 
2nd in Canada. My father Ben McNamee missed 
trying out for the Olympics because he had to take the 
bus during lunch hour to the pool for the trials and he 
missed the event, 440 yards breaststroke. He was 
Canadian Champion in 1925 in that event in a time 
of 7:13 2/5 — I have the medal, and that is how it is 
engraved — 14k gold yet! Just a few interesting facts, 
so Erika might have the right genes! 

I still have Norman Cox's book on swimming, 
would you like it? I am not sure where all this kind of 
historical stuff is kept. Please advise when you have a 
minute. 

I was married in January this year and have 
moved to the Okanagan country in B.C., new name: 
Kaye Ferguson Neale. Son Dave and his family are 
still in Richmond B.C. where I moved from, but no 
swimmers in his family, so far. 

Jeanne's two daughters, Erika who I mentioned, 
and Laura-Kaye were at Akomak this summer, they 
were booked in for a month and loved it so much that 
they stayed another 3 weeks! Jeanne sent me some 
pictures, one of the girls with Buck Dawson. The 
world gets smaller.... 

Sorry to be so long away. 

Kaye Ferguson (McNamee) Neale 
Penticton, BC 

Kaye McNamee was a member of Canada's Olympic 
Team in 1948-52 and the Commonwealth Games in 
1950. 

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50 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 27.16 Shauna Collins,ROD,90 

1 28.75 BCAGJUL Melissa Lam,12,SPART 

2 28.99 AUSTNJUL Shannon Hackett,12,PDSA 

3 29.03 HYACKMAY Kirsten Pomerleau,11,UCSC 

4 29.10 MSSACMAY Laura Wise,12,C0BRA 

5 29.10 ONAGJUL Clare Dermody,12,HWAC 

6 29.21 ONIIIAPR Nadia Kumentas.11.WISC 

7 29.34 ALDOMAY Christina Miller.12.DYNAM 
6 29.44 PQAAAJUL Suzanne Vary,12,CNDR 

9 29.49 ABAGJUL Kelly Timmons,12.0SC 

10 29.52 QC1MAY Alice Chow,11,PCSC 

11 29.58 CASCMAY Kimberley Moors,12,TNT 

12 29.62 QC1MAY Chani Davidson,12.CAMO 

13 29.62 ONAGJUL Allison Bennett,12.NYAC 

14 29.63 EKSCAPR Mallory Hoekstra.1 1 .EKSC 

15 29.64 BRANTAPR Katie Smith.12,COBRA 

16 29.66 ONAGJUL Shannon Hazelton,12,SSMAC 

17 29.67 QCIIMAY Laurence Cyr,12,LAVAL 

18 29.72 BRANTAPR Melissa 8artlett.12.CYPS 

19 29.75 ISAPR Laura Muller,12,RAYS 

20 29.76 CNHRJUN Ashley Bogosian, 12, CSL 

21 29.77 ONAGJUL Kristen Mcllroy.12.MMST 

22 29.82 LACMAY Kathryn Hagglund,12,LAC 

23 29.84 ALDOMAY Kayla Graham,12,EAST 

24 29.84 ONAGJUL Julia Wilkinson,12.SKY 

25 29.87 ONAGJUL Amanda Kelly,12,HWAC 



100 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 58.04 Shauna Collins.ROD.S 



02.69 AUSTNJUL Shannon Hackett.12,PDSA 

02.83 ABAGJUL Kirsten Pomerleau.1 1.UCSC 
03.01 ONAGJUL Amanda Kelly,12.HWAC 
03.07 BCAGJUL Melissa Lam,12.SPART 
03.10 ONIIIAPR Nadia Kumentas.11, WISC 
03.15 QC1MAY Chani Davidson.12.CAMO 

03.26 ONAGJUL Kristen Mcllroy,12.MMST 
03.47 YOUTHMAY Laura Wise,12,C0BRA 

03.62 ABAGJUL Mallory Hoekstra.1 1 .EKSC 
03.71 ONAGJUL Clare Dermody,12,HWAC 

03.84 PQAAAJUL Suzanne Vary,12,CNDR 
04.09 ESWIMJUN Kathryn Hagglund,12,LAC 

04.27 ONAGJUL Melissa Bartlett,12,CYPS 
04.40 LACMAY Amanda Long,12,LAC 
04.56 ALDOMAY Christina Miller,12,DYNAM 
04.56 HYACKMAY Kelly Timmons,12,OSC 

04.63 ESWIMJUN Blair Holmes.1 2.C0BRA 
04.79 ONIIAPR Annie Christie.1 2.B0SC 
05.00 ONIIAPR Jackie Sweers,11,CAJ 
05.00 ONAGJUL Sara Murphy,12,ESWIM 
05.05 ESWIMAPR Sarah Chan,12,ESWIM 
05.07 BCAGJUL G. Poirier-Leroy.12.NRST 
05.09 ONAGJUL Allison Bennett,12,NYAC 
05.30 FARWJUL Carta Henderson.12.PDSA 
05.38 ONAGJUL Monica Wakeman,12,NEW 

200 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 2:03.72 Shauna Collins.ROD.90 

1 2:16.10 ONAGJUL Amanda Long,12,LAC 

2 2:16,36 AUSTNJUL Shannon Hackett.12.PDSA 

3 2:16.73 PQAAAJUL Suzanne Vary,12,CNDR 

4 2:17.32 ESWIMJUN Clare Dermody,12,HWAC 

5 2:17.65 ABAGJUL Mallory Hoekstra.1 1, EKSC 

6 2:17.76 ONAGJUL Amanda Kelly,12,HWAC 

7 2:18.25 QC1MAY Chani Davidson,12,CAMO 

8 2:18.59 ONAGJUL Sara Murphy,12,ESWIM 

9 2:18.75 MSSACMAY Laura Wise,12,COBRA 

10 2:19.43 ABAGJUL CarleenReady.11.LASC 

11 2:19.48 STARJUN Kristen Mcllroy,12,MMST 

12 2:20.03 LACMAY Brittany Cooper.12,LAC 

13 2:20.17 ABAGJUL Kirslen Pomerleau.11.UCSC 

14 2:20.73 HYACKMAY Kelly Timmons,12,OSC 

15 2:20.84 BCAGJUL Courtenay Mulhern,12,PSW 

16 2:20.94 ONAGJUL Nadia Kumentas.11.WISC 

17 2:21.06 NBLCMAY Bevan Haley.1 1 .WTSC 

18 221 14 ESWIMJUN Annie Christie.1 2.B0SC 

19 2:21,16 ON1APR Melissa Bartlett.12.CYPS 

20 2:21.23 EKSCMAR Selby Jensen-Smith.1 2.CASC 

21 2:21.71 ONAGJUL Chanlelle Lonsdale.1 2.TORCH 

22 2:21.84 MSSACMAY Blair Holmes,12,C0BRA 

23 2:21.85 ONAGJUL Katie Davis,12,BRANT 

24 2:21.98 ONAGJUL Kristen Vandenberg,12,LAC 

25 2:22.11 ONAGJUL Michelle lrvine.1 2.0SHAC 



Rec: 4:28.48 


1 


4:47.21 


2 


4:48.18 


3 


4:48.83 


4 


4:49.17 


5 


4:51.84 


6 


4:51.92 


7 


4:52.62 


8 


4:53.16 


9 


4:54.38 


10 


4:55.76 


11 


4:55.84 


12 


4:56.27 


13 


4:56.97 


14 


4:57.39 


15 


4:57.67 


16 


4:58.73 


17 


4:58.91 


18 


4:59.09 


19 


4:59.54 


20 


4:59.90 


21 


5:01.00 


22 


5:01.01 


23 


5:01.09 


24 


5:01.37 


25 


5:01.52 



400 METRES FREESTYLE 

Shauna Collins.ROD.90 
AUSTNJUL Shannon Hackett,12,PDSA 
ONAGJUL Amanda Long,12,LAC 
LUSCMAY Amanda Kelly,12,HWAC 
ONAGJUL Clare Dermody,12,HWAC 
PQAAAJUL Suzanne Vary,12,CNDR 
ABAGJUL Mallory Hoekstra.1 1, EKSC 
ONAGJUL SaraMurphy,12,ESWIM 
NSAGJUN Bevan Haley,11,WTSC 
BCAGJUL Courtenay Mulhern.12.PSW 
ABAGJUL Carleen Ready.11.LASC 
ESWIMJUN Elyse Dudar,12,MSSAC 
ECUPJUL Chantale Lonsdale.1 2.TORCH 
MBSKJUL Kelly Timmons,12.0SC 
ONAGJUL Katie Davis.12.BRANT 
LACMAY Brittany Cooper.12.LAC 
LACMAY Hillary Richardson.12.LAC 
LACMAY Kristen Vandenberg,12,LAC 
BCAGJUL Anne Schmuck.1 1 ,PSW 
MBSKJUL TheaNorton,12,STSC 
20 4:59.90 MSSACMAY Blair Holmes,12.COBRA 
EASTJUL Amy Longobardi,12,EAST 
RODJUN Avery Kremer.12.OSC 
ALDOMAY Maxine Bacher,12.CSL 
ONAGJUL Michelle lrvine,12,OSHAC 
BCAGJUL G. Poirier-Leroy,12,NRST 
800 METRES FREESTYLE 

Shannon Smith.VANPK.74 
ESWIMJUN Amanda Long.12,LAC 
ONAGJUL Clare Dermody,12,HWAC 
EASTJUL Bevan Haley.12.WTSC 
BCAGJUL Shannon Hackett,12,PDSA 
LUSCMAY Amanda Kelly,12,HWAC 
PQAAAJUL Suzanne Vary,12,CNDR 
9:59.70 HYACKMAY Mallory Hoekstra.1 1 .EKSC 
BCAGJUL Courtenay Mulhern.12.PSW 
ESWIMJUN Brittany Cooper.12,LAC 
ESWIMJUN Blair Holmes,12,C0BRA 
BCAGJUL Anne Schmuck,11,PSW 
HYACKMAY Kelly Timmons,12,OSC 

LACMAY Kristen Vandenberg,12,LAC 
ESWIMJUN Elyse Dudar,12,MSSAC 
ALDOMAY Sara Murphy.12,ESWIM 
BCAGJUL Michelle Mange,12,PDSA 

ISAPR Stephanie Bigelow,12,COMOX 
MBSKJUL Rebecca McKay,12,0SC 
RODJUN Avery Kremer,12,OSC 
EASTJUL AinsleyMcFadgen.12.WTSC 
BCAGJUL G. Poirier-Leroy,12,NRST 
ABAGJUL Carol Starratt.12.CASC 
ESWIMJUN Annie Christie.1 2.BOSC 
ONAGJUL Katie Davis,12,BRANT 
LACMAY Hillary Richardson,12,LAC 



Rec: 9 


12.83 


1 


9 


48.00 


2 


9 


50.87 


3 


9 


52.84 


4 


9 


52.87 


5 


9 


57.91 


6 


9 


59.42 


7 


9 


59.70 


8 


10 


00.08 


9 


10 


04.78 


10 


10 


08.09 


11 


10 


08.64 


12 


10 


08.75 


13 


10 


09.11 


14 


10 


09.58 


15 


10 


09.73 


16 


10 


10.39 


17 


10 


14.21 


18 


10 


16.82 


19 


10 


19.13 


20 


10 


20.19 


21 


10 


20.19 


22 


10 


20.78 


23 


10 


21.01 


24 


10 


21.80 


25 


10 


26.42 


100 METRES 


Rec: 1 


07.31 


1 


1 


08.14 


2 


1 


09.11 


3 


1 


09.62 


4 


1 


11.63 


5 


1 


11.83 


6 


1 


12.01 


7 
8 


1 
1 


12.51 
12.54 


9 


1 


12.72 


10 


1 


13.38 


11 


1 


13.56 


12 


1 


13.70 


13 


1 


13.77 


14 


1 


13.83 


15 


1 


14.34 


16 


1 


14.36 


17 


1 


14.37 


18 


1 


14.49 


19 


1 


14.52 


20 


1 


14.54 


21 


1 


14.63 


22 


1 


14.65 


23 


1 


14.78 


24 


1 


14.87 


25 


1 


14.92 



ONAGJUL Kristen Mcllroy.12.MMST 
YOUTHMAY Melissa Bartlett.12.CYPS 
BCAGJUL Melissa Lam,12,SPART 
BRANTAPR Katie Smith.12.COBRA 
ONAGJUL Nadia Kumentas.11.WISC 
ONAGJUL Hilary Jackson,12,COBRA 
HYACKMAY Mallory Hoekstra.11.EKSC 
ABAGJUL Thea Norton.12.STSC 
ABAGJUL Anna Kolacz,12.CASC 
QC1MAY Stephanie Ross.12.CAMO 
UCSCJAN Kirsten Pomerleau.11.UCSC 
MBSKJUL Kelly Timmons,12,OSC 
ONAGJUL Emily Gillespie.1 1 , PERTH 
EKSCAPR Avery Kremer.12.OSC 
ONIIAPR Annie Christie,12,BOSC 
UCSCJAN Lauren Osborne.12.STSC 
BCAGJUL Shannon McQueen,12,GO 
BCAGJUL Ashley Plummer,12,AQUA 
ONAGJUL Sarah Porchak.12.TAT 
PQAAAJUL Marie-E. Gregoire,12.HIPPO 
ONAGJUL Julia Wilkinson,12,SKY 
BCAGJUL Courtenay Mulhern,12.PSW 
BCAGJUL Anne Schmuck.1 1.PSW 
FARWJUL Carla Henderson,12,PDSA 
200 METRES BACKSTROKE 
Rec: 2:24.64 Michelle Cruz.ACE.93 



1 


2:27.18 


YOUTHMAY 


2 


2:28.76 


ONAGJUL 


3 


2:31.88 


ONAGJUL 


4 


2:35.32 


ONAGJUL 


5 


2:35.36 


ABAGJUL 


6 


2:36.32 


BCAGJUL 


7 


2:36.33 


QC1MAY 


8 


2:36.35 


BCAGJUL 


9 


2:37.87 


BCAGJUL 


10 


2:38.84 


BCAGJUL 


11 


2:39.62 


ABAGJUL 


12 


2:40.10 


ESWIMJUN 


13 


2:40.18 


ESWIMJUN 


14 


2:40.45 


MSSACMAY 


15 


2:40.69 


BRANTAPR 


16 


2:40.70 


ECUPJUL 


17 


2:40.75 


EKSCAPR 


18 


2:40.83 


ONAGJUL 


19 


2:40.91 


EKSCMAR 


20 


2:41.09 


ONIIAPR 


21 


2:41.16 


ESWIMJUN 


22 


2:41.36 


ESWIMJUN 


23 


2:41.38 


UCSCJAN 


24 


2:41.95 


LACMAY 


25 


2:41.95 


PQAAAJUL 



100 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec: 1:10.94 Allison Higson.ESC,86 

1 1:17.29 YOUTHMAY Kelly Timmons,12,OSC 

2 1:20.63 ONAGJUL Elizabeth Engs.12,CAJ 

3 1:20.89 YOUTHMAY Eveline La1aille.12.CNHR 

4 1:21.24 ONAGJUL Meaghan McLeod.12,NKB 

5 1:21.44 MSSACMAY Blair Holmes,12,C0BRA 

6 1:21.62 BCAGJUL Anne Schmuck,11,PSW 

7 1:21.73 ONAGJUL Chantelle Lonsdale.12,TORCH 

8 1:22.42 ALDOMAY Christina Miller,12.DYNAM 

9 1:22.48 ABAGJUL Thea Norton,12,STSC 

10 1:22.94 ONAGJUL Whitney Rich.11.ISS 

11 1:22.98 0N1APR Carol Ng.12,TORCH 

12 1:23.15 ESWIMJUN Chantale Lonsdale.11 .TORCH 

13 1:23.24 ONIIIAPR Yvonne Sliekers.12.MMST 

14 1:23.25 ALDOMAY Sasha Tracy,12.USC 

15 1:23.69 BCAGJUL MelanieNelson.11.IS 

16 1:23.76 BCAGJUL Michelle Mange,12,PDSA 

17 1:23.78 PQAAAJUL Caitlin Babb,12,DDO 

18 1:24.18 PQAAAJUL Marie-P. Campeau,12,SAMAK 

19 1:24.27 ONIIIAPR Susan Miner.12.HHAC 

20 1:24.29 BCAGJUL Johanna Wick,12.PN 

21 1:24.30 ONAGJUL Carolyn Heimpel.12.ROW 

22 1:24.41 ONAGJUL Amanda Knott-Smith,12,KBM 

23 1:24.60 ONAGJUL Andrea Zarins,12.NKB 

24 1:24.86 ABAGJUL Taran-Lee Rowland.12.PPS 

25 1:24.86 ONAGJUL Michelle Claessens,12,MMST 
200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec: 2:34.11 Allison Higson.ESC.86 

1 2:45.49 YOUTHMAY Kelly Timmons,12,OSC 

2 2:50.76 HYACKJUN Anne Schmuck,11.PSW 

3 2:52.15 ONAGJUL Elizabeth Engs,12,CAJ 

4 2:52.55 ONAGJUL Chantelle Lonsdale,12,T0RCH 

5 2:54.19 ABAGJUL Thea Norlon,12,STSC 

6 2:54.37 ABAGJUL Mallory Hoekstra.11.EKSC 

7 2:54.81 ECUPJUL Chantale Lonsdale,12,TORCH 

8 2:55.49 YOUTHMAY Blair Holmes,12,COBRA 

9 2:56.54 PQAAAJUL Caitlin Babb,12,DD0 

10 2:56.70 ECUPJUL Carol Ng,12,TORCH 

11 2:57.24 YOUTHMAY Eveline Lafaille,12,CNHR 

12 2:57.48 ONAGJUL Whitney Rich.11.ISS 

13 2:57.57 ONAGJUL Andrea Zarins.12.NKB 

14 2:57.85 ONAGJUL Meaghan McLeod,12,NKB 

15 2:58.39 BCAGJUL Courtenay Mulhern.12,PSW 

16 2:58.68 ALDOMAY Sasha Tracy,12,USC 

17 2:59.40 BCAGJUL Michelle Mange.12,PDSA 

18 2:59.76 EASTJUL Jennifer Brown.12.TCSC 

19 3:00.51 ONAGJUL Amanda Knott-Smith,12,KBM 

20 3:00.84 BCAGJUL G. Poirier-Leroy.12.NRST 

21 3:01.04 BCAGJUL MelanieNelson,11, IS 

22 3:01.20 ONAGJUL Kim Labbett.12.0AK 

23 3:01.23 BCAGJUL Michelle Miller.12.PDSA 

24 3:01.24 ONIIIAPR Yvonne Sliekers,12,MMST 

25 3:01.41 ONIIIAPR Susan Miner.1 2.HHAC 
100 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec: 1:05.51 Shauna Coltins.ROD.90 

1 1:08.17 MSSACMAY Blair Holmes,12,C0BRA 

2 1:09.09 ONAGJUL Melissa Bartlett.12.CYPS 

3 1:09.63 ONAGJUL Brittney Scott,12,R0W 

4 1:09.79 ONAGJUL Amanda Long,12.LAC 

5 1:09.89 EKSCAPR Mallory Hoekstra.1 1. EKSC 

6 1:10.20 EKSCAPR Avery Kremer,12,OSC 

7 1:10.54 ONAGJUL Brittany Cooper,12.LAC 

8 1:10.55 ABAGJUL Kelly Timmons.12.OSC 

9 1:10.64 ABAGJUL Anna Kolacz,12,CASC 

10 1:10.65 BCAGJUL Kelsey Rush.12,RAYS 

11 1:10.65 ABAGJUL Carleen Ready.1 1 ,LASC 

12 1:11.62 BCAGJUL Shizuka Kikuchi.12,CRKW 

13 1:11.67 ALDOMAY Christina Miller.1 2.DYNAM 

14 1:12.16 MSSACMAY Laura Wise,12,C0BRA 

15 1:12.20 BCAGJUL Shannon Hackett,12.PDSA 

16 1:12.21 ONAGJUL BrennaWilson,12,PICK 

17 1:12.31 MBSKJUL MyaDemchuk.12.ROD 

18 1:12.40 ONAGJUL Shannon Hazelton,12,SSMAC 

19 1:12.48 BCAGJUL Kayla Rawlings.11.PSW 

20 1:12.73 BCAGJUL Teresa Au Yeung.12.PDSA 

21 1:12.74 MMAPR Slelanie Andruchuk,12.MANTA 

22 1:12.96 MBSKJUL Tiffany Monkman,12,MANTA 

23 1:13.02 PQAAAJUL Karine Charette,12.CNCC 

24 1:13.13 EKSCAPR Kendall Filazek,12,EKSC 

25 1:13.21 ONAGJUL Amanda Gordon,12,HWAC 
200 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec: 2:22.47 Michelle Coulombe.CNMN.77 

1 2:30.53 YOUTHMAY Avery Kremer.12,OSC 

2 2:30.84 ONAGJUL Amanda Long,12,LAC 

3 2:34.56 ONAGJUL Brittany Cooper.12.LAC 

4 2:34.68 ONAGJUL Brittney Scoh.12.ROW 

5 2:35.55 CANJRJUL Melissa Bartlett,12,CYPS 

6 2:37.83 EASTJUL Bevan Haley.12.WTSC 

7 2:38.03 ABAGJUL Kelly Timmons.12.OSC 

8 2:39.62 EKSCAPR Mallory Hoekslra.11. EKSC 

9 2:39.88 MSSACMAY Blair Holmes,12.COBRA 

10 2:40.19 ESWIMJUN BrennaWilson.12.PICK 

11 2:41.35 BCAGJUL Courtenay Mulhern,12,PSW 

12 2:41.56 BCAGJUL Kayla Rawlings.11.PSW 

13 2:42.18 MSSACMAY Laura Wise,12.COBRA 

14 2:42.38 AACAPR Lindsay Bouwmeester.12,BTSC 

15 2:42.38 QC1 MAY Genevieve De Repentigny,12,SAMAK 

16 2:42.73 BCAGJUL Shannon Hackett,12,PDSA 

17 2:42.75 EKSCAPR Kendall Filazek,12,EKSC 

18 2:43.11 HYACKMAY G. Poirier-Leroy.12.NRST 

19 2:43.11 ABAGJUL Ally Jack,12,GLEN 

20 2:43.14 ONAGJUL Kristen Vandenberg.12.LAC 

21 2:43.88 ONAGJUL Heather Julien,12,LAC 

22 2:43.95 MBSKJUL Thea Norton.12.STSC 

23 2:43.98 PQAAAJUL Karine Charette.1 2.CNCC 

24 2:44.30 CNQMAY Pascale Gosselin,12,DYNAM 

25 2:44.69 BCAGJUL Katie Kollowski.11.PSW 



200 METRES IND. MEDLEY 

Rec: 2:21 .55 Allison Higson.ESC.86 

1 2:29.16 ABAGJUL Kelly Timmons,12,OSC 

2 2:31.77 HYACKMAY Mallory Hoeks1ra.11.EKSC 

3 2:34.30 ESWIMJUN Blair Holmes,12,COBRA 

4 2:35.05 ONAGJUL Brittany Cooper,12,LAC 

5 2:35.13 ABAGJUL Thea Norton,12,STSC 

6 2:3629 ESWIMJUN Amanda Long,12,LAC 

7 2:36.54 BCAGJUL Melissa Lam,12,SPART 

8 2:36.58 BCAGJUL Courtenay Mulhern,12,PSW 

9 2:36.62 ISJUN Anne Schmuck,11,PSW 

10 2:37.54 ESWIMJUN Clare Dermody,12,HWAC 

11 2:37.67 ABAGJUL Carleen Ready.11.LASC 

12 2:37.75 ONAGJUL Katie Davis,12,BRANT 

13 2:38.24 ONAGJUL Hilary Jackson,12,COBRA 

14 2:38.78 ONAGJUL Nadia Kumentas,11, WISC 

15 2:38.87 BCAGJUL Kelsey Rush.12.RAYS 

16 2:38.91 BCAGJUL Shannon Hackelt,12,PDSA 

17 2:39.49 BCAGJUL G. Poirier-Leroy.12.NRST 

18 2:39.91 ONAGJUL Andrea Zarins,12,NKB 

19 2:40.09 QC1MAY Stephanie Ross,12,CAMO 

20 2:40.84 ESWIMJUN Laura Wise,12,COBRA 

21 2:41.00 PQAAAJUL Suzanne Vary.12.CNDR 

22 2:41.54 BRANTAPR Melissa Bartlelt,12,CYPS 

23 2:41.67 ONIIAPR Brittany Lowey,12.TBT 

24 2:41.92 ONAGJUL Chantelle Lonsdale,12 .TORCH 

25 2:42.04 ONAGJUL Brittany McTeague.12,ESWIM 
400 METRES IND. MEDLEY 

Rec: 5:02.71 Joanne Malar,HWAC,88 

1 5:19.53 ABAGJUL Kelly Timmons,12,OSC 

2 5:22.59 ONAGJUL Amanda Long.12,LAC 

3 5:22.73 HYACKMAY Mallory Hoekstra.1 1 .EKSC 

4 5:23.31 ONAGJUL Brittany Cooper,12,LAC 

5 5:26.92 BCAGJUL Courtenay Mulhern.12,PSW 

6 5:29.26 BCAGJUL Shannon Hackett.12.PDSA 

7 5:29.59 MSSACMAY Blair Holmes,12,C0BRA 

8 5:30.41 ABAGJUL Carleen Ready.11.LASC 

9 5:32.59 YOUTHMAY Avery Kremer.12.OSC 

10 5:33.34 BCAGJUL Anne Schmuck,11.PSW 

11 5:34.37 ESWIMJUN Clare Dermody.12.HWAC 

12 5:35.88 BCAGJUL Michelle Mange,12,PDSA 

13 5:36.07 MBSKJUL Thea Norton,12,STSC 

14 5:37.75 EASTJUL Bevan Haley,12,WTSC 

15 5:38.04 LUSCMAY Amanda Kelly,12,HWAC 

16 5:38.57 ISJUN G. Poirier-Leroy.1 2.NRST 

17 5:38.60 ONAGJUL Katie Davis,12,BRANT 

18 5:38.75 ONAGJUL Andrea Zarins.12.NKB 

19 5:39.00 BRANTAPR Melissa Bartlett,12,CYPS 

20 5:41.06 ESWIMJUN Kristen Vandenberg,12,LAC 

21 5:42.48 ONAGJUL Chantelle Lonsdale,12,TORCH 

22 5:43.76 EASTJUL Amy Longobardi,12,EAST 

23 5:43.93 ONAGJUL Hilary Jackson.12,COBRA 

24 5:44.12 ISAPR Stephanie Bigelow,12,COMOX 

25 5:44.34 ONAGJUL Brittney Scott.12.ROW 
4X50 MEDLEY RELAY 

Rec: 2:10.53 Regina 0D.R0D.90 

1 2:13.15 BRANTAPR Cobra Swim Club.COBRA 

2 2:15.36 ONAGJUL Hamilt-Wentworth AC.HWAC 

3 2:15.72 ONAGJUL London AC.LAC 

4 2:16.05 BCAGJUL Pacific Dolphins.PDSA 

5 2:16.66 QC1MAY Montreal Aquatique.CAMO 

6 2:17.57 EKSCMAR Cascade Swim Club.CASC 

7 2:18.17 EKSCAPR Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 

8 2:18.38 ONAGJUL East York SC.EYSC 

9 2:18.89 ONAGJUL Newmarket SC.NEW 

10 2:19.22 BCAGJUL Pacific Sea Wolves.PSW 

11 2:19.60 EKSCAPR Olympian Swim Club.OSC 

12 2:20.76 ONIIIAPR Milton Marlins.MMST 

13 2:21.00 ONAGJUL Region of Waterloo.ROW 

14 2:21.05 EOSAJUN Nepean Kanata.NKB 

15 2:21.35 ONAGJUL Etobicoke Swimming.ESWIM 

16 2:21.71 0N1APR Barrie Trojans.BTSC 

17 2:22.24 ONAGJUL Scarborough OlympiansTORCH 

18 2:22.55 ABAGJUL Silver Tide SC.STSC 

19 2:22.91 MBSKJUL Manta Swim Club.MANTA 

20 2:23.05 ON1APR North York AC.NYAC 

21 2:23.29 NSAGJUN Eastern Alliance.EAST 

22 2:23.60 MSSACMAY Cambridge Aquajets.CAJ 

23 2:23.67 BCAGJUL Island Swimming.lS 

24 2:23.75 UCSCJAN Calgary Swimming.UCSC 

25 2:23.76 QC1MAY Univ.Laval Rouge & Or.UL 
4X50 FREE RELAY 

Rec: 1:55.52 Etobicoke Swimming.ET0B.95 

1 1:59.92 ONAGJUL Hamilt-Wentworth AC.HWAC 

2 2:00.19 ABAGJUL Cascade Swim Club.CASC 

3 2:00.30 BCAGJUL Pacific Dolphins.PDSA 

4 2:00.41 ONAGJUL London AC.LAC 

5 2:00.64 BRANTAPR Cobra Swim Club.COBRA 

6 2:01.19 QC1 MAY Montreal Aquatique.CAMO 

7 2:02.10 ON1APR North York AC.NYAC 

8 2:02.44 ONAGJUL East York SC.EYSC 

9 2:03.72 EKSCAPR Olympian Swim Club.OSC 

10 2:03.88 QC1 MAY Pointe Claire SC.PCSC 

11 2:03.88 EOSAJUN Cornwall Sea Lions.CSL 

12 2:03.98 ONAGJUL Newmarket SC.NEW 

13 2:03.99 BCAGJUL Fraser Valley Spartans.SPART 

14 2:04.03 ABAGJUL Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 

15 2:04.87 ESWIMJUN Barrie Trojans.BTSC 

16 2:04.97 ONAGJUL Etobicoke Swimming.ESWIM 

17 2:05.23 BCAGJUL Pacific Sea Wolves.PSW 

18 2:05.24 ABAGJUL Calgary Swimming.UCSC 

19 2:05.36 BCAGJUL Nanaimo Riptide ST.NRST 

20 2:05.50 EOSAJUN Nepean Kanata.NKB 

21 2:05.61 ONAGJUL Cambridge Aquajets.CAJ 

22 2:05.75 MBSKJUL Manta Swim Club.MANTA 

23 2:05.81 ALDOMAY Uxbridge SC.USC 

24 2:05.96 BCAGJUL Ravensong AC.RAC 

25 2:06.42 QCIIMAY CN Laval.LAVAL 



22 



SWIMNEWS SEPTEMBER 1999 



TOP AGE GROUP TIMES 



Rankings lor Ihe period (results n 
January 1lo September 30, 1999 
TAG is financially supported by 
Swimming/Natation Canada. Compiled by SWIMNEWS 



1999 LONG COURSE TAG 



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1-800-661-7946 

BOYS 

11-12 



50 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec; 26.17 John M.Mills.G0,92 

1 27.62 PQAAAJUL Vincent Boulanger-M.,12,CNQ 

2 27.85 CDSCAPR Anthony Sy,12,AQUA 

3 27.92 STARJUN Matteo Di Paolo.12,VAC 

4 27.96 CNQMAY Nicolas Murray,12,DYNAM 

5 28.11 ONAGJUL Ewan Dunn.12.G0 

6 28.34 PQAAAJUL David Provencher,12.GAMIN 

7 28.39 ABAGJUL Shane Kemmet,12,LASC 

8 28.44 EOSAJUN Adam MacWilliam,12.MAK0S 

9 28.46 ESWIMJUN Marco Monaco,12,OAK 

10 28.51 ISAPR Justin Pommerville,12,IS 

11 28.53 MBSKJUL Michael Lett.12.PASS 

12 28.67 LUSCMAY Aaron Donst.12.HWAC 

13 28.69 BCAGJUL Jens Cuthbert,12,PDSA 

14 28.72 MBSKJUL Michael Smela.12.YLSC 

15 28.74 PQAAAJUL Marc Laliberte.12,UL 

16 28.76 HYACKMAY Darren Tso, 12, EXT 

17 28.78 BCAGJUL Ryan Chiew,12,HYACK 

18 28.80 ONAGJUL Sean Dawson,12,GO 

19 29.09 ONAGJUL Julian Cino,12,HWAC 

20 29.16 AACAPR MishaVujaklija,12,Y0RK 

21 29.20 CASCMAY Paul Mereau.12,CASC 

22 29.24 NKBJUN Andrei Lenert,12,CNB 

23 29.24 ONAGJUL Jeff Byrne,12,SSMAC 

24 29.25 EKSCAPR Braden O'Neill. 12,0SC 

25 29.29 CDSCAPR Simon Wing,12,PSW 
100 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 57.20 Miguel Munoz,ESC,86 

. 1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

8 1 

9 1 

10 1 

11 1 

12 1 

13 1 

14 1 

15 1 

16 1 

17 1 

18 1 

19 1 

20 1 

21 1 

22 1 

23 1 

24 1 

25 1 



00.56 ULJUN Nicolas Murray.12,DYNAM 
00.99 ULJUN Vincent Boulanger-M.,12,CNQ 
01.40 ESWIMJUN Marco Monaco.12,OAK 
01.47 BCAGJUL Jens Cuthbert,12,PDSA 
ISAPR Justin Pommerville,12,IS 
ONAGJUL Matteo Di Paolo,12,VAC 
PQAAAJUL David Provencher,12,GAMIN 
CDSCAPR Anthony Sy.12,AQUA 
PQAAAJUL Marc Laliberte,12,UL 
ONAGJUL Sean Dawson,12,GO 
BCAGJUL Ryan Chiew,12,HYACK 
ABAGJUL Shane Kemmel,12,LASC 
BCAGJUL Alex Sherwood.12.KCS 
ONAGJUL Julian Cino,12,HWAC 
BRANTAPR Aaron Donst,12,HWAC 
ISJUN Simon Wing,12,PSW 
ABAGJUL Braden 0'Neill,12,0SC 
EKSCAPR Norman Ng,12,HYACK 
KCSJUN Greer Jacks,12,IS 
ONAGJUL StanAlechine,12,ESWIM 
MBSKJUL Michael Lett,12,PASS 
ABAGJUL Jim Judiesch,12,CASC 
ABAGJUL Paul Mereau,12,CASC 
CASCMAY Darren Tso,12,EXT 
CPAPR Matt Derochie,12,KSC 



01.89 
01.89 
01 90 
02.04 
02.11 
02.24 
02.92 
02.99 

03 40 
03.54 
03.62 
03.79 
03.95 
04.13 
04.22 

04 35 
04.41 
04.46 
04.51 
04.55 
:04.57 

200 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 2:05.83 Chuck Sayao,TOMAC,95 

1 2:09.68 UUUN Nicolas Murray, 12, DYNAM 

2 2:11.27 ISAPR Justin Pommerville,12,IS 

3 2:12.72 MIDSJUL Marco Monaco,12,OAK 

4 2:13.90 PQAAAJUL David Provencher,12,GAMIN 

5 2:14.51 BCAGJUL Jens Cuthbert.12.PDSA 

6 2:15.11 PQAAAJUL Marc Laliberte,12.UL 

7 2:16.41 BCAGJUL Sebastian Salas.12,PDSA 

8 2:16.77 BCAGJUL Alex Sherwood,12,KCS 

9 2:16.90 ONAGJUL Sean Dawson.12,GO 

10 2:17.19 KCSJUN Greer Jacks,12,IS 

11 2:17.29 ABAGJUL Braden 0'Neill.12,OSC 

12 2:18.78 PQAAAJUL Vincent Boulanger-M.,12,CNQ 

13 2:19.12 BCAGJUL Ryan Chiew,12,HYACK 

14 2:19.88 BCAGJUL Anthony Sy,12,AQUA 

15 2:19.92 UCSCJAN Tristan Robertson,12,KSC 

16 2:19.95 ABAGJUL Paul Mereau.12.CASC 

17 2:20.04 LUSCMAY Aaron Donsl,12,HWAC 

18 2:20.07 UCSCJAN Lee Cookson,12,CP 

19 2:20.54 ABAGJUL Matt Derochie,12,KSC 

20 2:20.85 HYACKMAY Brad Reid.12.HYACK 

21 2:20.91 MSSACMAY Brian Holland, 12, MSSAC 

22 2:20.96 ONAGJUL Nelson Nedzielskl,12,MSSAC 

23 2:21.01 HYACKJUN Geoffrey Chen.12.AQUA 

24 2:21.18 ONAGJUL Steven Rubacha,11,ESWIM 

25 2:21.22 STARJUN Matteo Di Paolo,12,VAC 



400 METRES FREESTYLE 



Rec: 4:19.04 


Chuck Sayao, 


1 


4:36.46 


ULJUN 


2 


4:38.44 


ISAPR 


3 


4:42.54 


BCAGJUL 


4 


4:44.39 


PQAAAJUL 


5 


4:4834 


ABAGJUL 


6 


4:48.37 


BCAGJUL 


7 


4:48.65 


ALDOMAY 


8 


4:50^60 


BCAGJUL 


g 


4:50.96 


BCAGJUL 


10 


4:5178 


ONAGJUL 




4 51 gi 


ONAGJUL 


12 


4:5410 


PQAAAJUL 


13 


4:54.51 


ISJUN 


14 


4:55.02 


LUSCMAY 


15 


4:55.71 


ALDOMAY 


16 


4:56.05 


PQAAAJUL 


17 


4:57.64 


CDSCAPR 


18 


4:57.97 


HYACKMAY 


19 


4:58.58 


ISAPR 


20 


4:58.78 


PGBAPR 


21 


4:59.15 


ALDOMAY 


22 


4:59.18 


ABAGJUL 


23 


4:59.23 


LUSCMAY 


24 


5:00.02 


ONAGJUL 


25 


5:00.64 


ONAGJUL 



1500 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 17:05.50 Nicholas Richards,PCSC,84 

1 18:17.53 CNQMAY Nicolas Murray,12,DYNAM 

2 18:25.26 BCAGJUL Jens Cuthbert,12,PDSA 

3 18:33.77 MIDSJUL Marco Monaco,12,OAK 

4 18:35.09 ISAPR Justin Pommerville,1 2 JS 

5 18:41.81 PQAAAJUL David Provencher,12,GAMIN 

6 18:52.18 BCAGJUL Sebastian Salas,12.PDSA 

7 18:53.77 BCAGJUL Brad Reid,12,HYACK 

8 19:07.80 LUSCMAY Buddy Green,12,LUSC 

9 19:17.75 ONAGJUL Chris Bento.1 1 ,LAC 

10 19:25.00 PCSCJUN Philippe Noelting.1 2.PCSC 

11 19:25.76 ONAGJUL Kellan O'Neill, 12.SSMAC 

12 19:29.38 HYACKMAY Braden 0'Neill,12,0SC 

13 19:29.81 QC1MAY Philip Brassard-G.,12,BBF 
QC1MAY Zachary Glassman,12,PCSC 



14 19:33.11 

15 19:38.51 

16 19:39.76 

17 19:44.20 

18 19:46.74 



BCAGJUL Alex Sherwood,12,KCS 
ALDOMAY Simon Borjeson,12,0AK 
ABAGJUL Paul Mereau,12,CASC 
ONAGJUL BradChilds,12,BR0CK 

19 19:48.59 PQAAAJUL Etienne Brillant.12.CNDR 

20 19:51.02 BCAGJUL Edward Quinlan,12,PDSA 

21 19:52.33 BCAGJUL Richard Alexander^ 2,IS 

22 1 9:53.57 BCAGJUL Derek Westra-Luney.1 2.IS 

23 19:57.46 ONAGJUL Scott VanDoormaal,12,GMAC 

24 20:00.68 ESWIMJUN Stephen Malinas.12.GGST 

25 20:08.16 LUSCMAY Anthony 0razietti,12,SSMAC 
100 METRES BACKSTROKE 



Rec: 1 
1 1 



7 1 

8 1 

9 1 

10 1 

11 1 

12 1 

13 1 

14 1 

15 1 

16 1 

17 1 

18 1 

19 1 

20 1 

21 1 

22 1 

23 1 

24 1 

25 1 



05.60 Tobias 0riwol.PCSC.98 

08.92 ISAPR Juslin Pommerville,12,IS 

09.67 ABAGJUL Eric Gendron,12,KSC 

10.10 ESWIMJUN Brian Holland,12,MSSAC 
10.77 EKSCAPR Braden 0'Neill,12,0SC 

11.11 BCAGJUL Alex Sherwood,12,KCS 

11.93 ONAGJUL Michael Allain,12,BST 
12.19 NKBJUN Andrei Lenert,12,CNB 
12.40 ABAGJUL Jesse Lund.11.EKSC 
13.30 BCAGJUL Ryan Chiew,12,HYACK 

13.32 ULJUN Vincent Boulanger-M.,12,CNQ 
13.57 ALDOMAY Kyle Piflman,12,GO 

13.59 BCAGJUL Richard Alexander,12,IS 

13.62 ONAGJUL Colin Ackroyd,12,SCAR 

13.63 ESWIMJUN Marco Monaco,12,OAK 

13.68 UCSCJAN J.T. Smith,12,CASC 
13.90 ONAGJUL Stephen Malinas,12,GGST 
14.02 UCSCJAN Patrick Gratton,12,CASC 
14.07 ONAGJUL Steven Rubacha.1 1 .ESWIM 

14.22 ALDOMAY Simon Lavallee,12,CNNG 

1 4.23 ALDOMAY Wesley Newman.1 2.CAC 

14.33 ONAGJUL Brandon Connerty,12,BRANT 
14.55 ONAGJUL Mark Chanlaj.12,BAD 
14.65 BCAGJUL Brad Barton,12,VKSC 
14.74 ULJUN Etienne Lavallee,12,EXCEL 



15.35 LUSCMAY Aaron Donst,12,HWAC 

200 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec: 2:18,05 Tobias Oriwol,PCSC,98 

1 2:24.79 ISAPR Justin Pommerville,12,IS 

2 2:29.88 ABAGJUL Eric Gendron,12,KSC 

3 2:29.98 ABAGJUL Braden 0'Neill,12,OSC 

4 2:30.46 ESWIMJUN Brian Holland.12,MSSAC 

5 2:32.98 BCAGJUL Alex Sherwood,12.KCS 

6 2:33.73 UCSCJAN J.T Smith,12,CASC 

7 2:33.99 CNQMAY Nicolas Murray,12,DYNAM 

8 2:34.80 BCAGJUL Richard Alexander^ 2,IS 

9 2:35.03 ONAGJUL Stephen Malinas,12,GGST 

10 2:36.39 ONAGJUL Colin Ackroyd.12.SCAR 

11 2:36.41 ONAGJUL Brandon Connerty,12,BRANT 

12 2:36.51 ALDOMAY Kyle Pittman,12,GO 

13 2:36.86 ONAGJUL Michael Allain,12,BST 

14 2:37.29 HWACJUN Marco Monaco,12,OAK 

15 2:37.71 BCAGJUL Ryan Chiew,12,HYACK 

16 2:37.89 PQAAAJUL Philip Brassard-G.,12,BBF 

17 2:38.66 ALDOMAY Simon Lavallee,12,CNNG 

18 2:38.69 PQAAAJUL Etienne Lavallee,12,EXCEL 

19 2:39.56 ISJUN Simon Wing,12,PSW 

20 2:39.67 ALDOMAY Wesley Newman,12.CAC 

21 2:39.99 ONAGJUL Steven Rubacha.1 1 .ESWIM 

22 2:40,04 LUSCMAY Aaron Donst,12,HWAC 

23 2:40.45 EOSAJUN Ewan Dunn,12,GO 

24 2:40.52 QCIIMAY Alex Agostino, 12, LAVAL 

25 2:40.83 BCAGJUL Kris Yap-Chung,11,HYACK 



Rec: 1 
1 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 

16 1 

17 1 

18 1 



1 
1 

3 1 

4 1 

5 1 

6 1 

7 1 

8 1 

9 1 

10 1 

11 1 

12 1 



100 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

12.24 David Cheung.CREST.94 

13.47 BCAGJUL Ryan Chiew,12,HYACK 

15.90 ONAGJUL Marco Monaco,12,OAK 

17.40 ONAGJUL Ewan Dunn,12,G0 

18.94 MBSKJUL Michael Lett.12.PASS 

19.03 PGBAPR Evan Palahicky,12.PN 
20.17 ABAGJUL Rodale Estor,12,CASC 
20.19 ABAGJUL TadamasaMiyashita,12,NCSA 
21.66 BCAGJUL Sebastian Salas,12,PDSA 
21.68 MBSKJUL Darren Tso.12.EXT 

22.08 PQAAAJUL Zachary Glassman,12,PCSC 

22.09 TBTMAY Dustin Shade,12,MANTA 
22.38 ESWIMJUN Alex Olson,12,SCAR 
22.46 ONAGJUL Bryan Mell.11, NEW 
22.53 ONAGJUL James San Pedro,12,MSSAC 
22.65 ABAGJUL Andrew Malawski,12,ROD 
22.75 ONIIIAPR Phillip Rzentkowski.1 2.0YO 

22.80 PQAAAJUL Marc Laliberte,12,UL 

23.07 EASTJUL Sean Keenan,12.MWC 
23.28 PQAAAJUL Vincent Boulanger-M.,12,CNQ 
23,42 ESWIMJUN Nabil 0rellana.12.LSC 
23.46 DDOJUN David Provencher,12,GAMIN 
23.51 BCAGJUL Geoffrey Chen,12.AQUA 

23.53 BCAGJUL Ferrari Wong,12,GAT0R 
23.57 ONAGJUL Kyle Palfrey,12,SCAR 
23.73 BRANTAPR Adam Sapelak.1 2.WAAC 

200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec: 2:36.28 Ryan Chiew,HYACK,99 

I 2:36.28 BCAGJUL Ryan Chiew,12.HYACK 
2:42.01 MIDSJUL Marco Monaco,12,OAK 
2:51 .94 ABAGJUL Rodale Eslor,12,CASC 
2:52.63 PQAAAJUL Zachary Glassman,12,PCSC 
2:53.06 ONAGJUL Ewan Dunn,12,G0 
2:54.33 ABAGJUL Tadamasa Miyashila,12,NCSA 
2:56.46 ONAGJUL Phillip Rzenlkowski.12.OYO 

8 2:57.00 MBSKJUL Michael Lett,12,PASS 

9 2:57,14 BCAGJUL Sebastian Salas.12,PDSA 

10 2:57,71 ALDOMAY David Provencher,12,GAMIN 

II 2:57,71 ABAGJUL Jesse Lund,11.EKSC 

12 2:58.03 ONAGJUL Kyle Palfrey,12,SCAR 

13 2:58.12 EASTJUL Sean Keenan,12,MWC 

14 2:58.12 BCAGJUL Ferrari Wong,12,GAT0R 

15 2:58.18 ONAGJUL Alex Olsen,12.SCAR 

16 2:58.27 ONAGJUL James San Pedro,12.MSSAC 

17 2:59.34 ONAGJUL Steven Rubacha,1 1 , ESWIM 

18 2:59.47 ESWIMJUN Alex 0lson,12.SCAR 

19 2:59.50 ABAGJUL Matt Derochie.1 2.KSC 

20 2:59.72 ONAGJUL Bryn Jones,12,NEW 

21 2:59.86 ONAGJUL Matteo Di Paolo,12,VAC 

22 3:00.12 PQAAAJUL Kevin Harmidy,12,PCSC 

23 3:00.44 ONAGJUL Bryan Mell,11,NEW 

24 3:00.52 HYACKMAY Adam Amer,12,EKSC 

25 3:01.82 CDSCAPR Darryl Louie,12,GATOR 
100 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec: 1:03.26 Michael Calkins.IS.90 

1 1:05.41 ONAGJUL Marco Monaco,12,OAK 

2 1:08.75 BCAGJUL Jens Cuthbert,12.PDSA 
10.37 ONAGJUL Ewan Dunn,12,G0 
10.42 BCAGJUL Anthony Sy,12,AQUA 
10.88 ONAGJUL Julian Cino,12,HWAC 
10.97 STARJUN Matteo Di Paolo,12,VAC 
11.37 BCAGJUL Kris Yap-Chung.11.HYACK 

11.54 KCSJUN Greer Jacks,12,IS 
11,65 ULJUN Nicolas Murray,12,DYNAM 

12.04 MBSKJUL Michael Smela,12,YLSC 

12.27 ABAGJUL Shane Kemmel,12,LASC 
12.37 PQAAAJUL Marc Laliberte,12,UL 

12.81 MBSKJUL Chris Jones.12,MANTA 
12.99 PQAAAJUL David Brassard,12,CNCI 

13.08 ONAGJUL Nabil Orellana,12,LSC 
13.51 ONAGJUL Francesco Agueci,1 2.VAC 
13.59 DDOJUN Philip Brassard-G.,12,BBF 
13.90 BRANTAPR Simon Gabsch,12,MSSAC 
13.92 ABAGJUL Eric Gendron,12,KSC 

14.05 ON1APR Buddy Green, 12.LUSC 
14,07 ONIIIAPR Adam MacWilliam,12,MAKOS 
14,11 ISJUN Simon Wing.12.PSW 

14.28 QC1MAY Philippe Noelting.1 2.PCSC 
14.32 ISJUN Lu Yi Lay,12.IS 
14.63 ONAGJUL Scott VanDoormaal,12,GMAC 

200 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec: 2:19.88 Jonathan Canlin,PLUS,91 

1 2:28.10 MIDSJUL Marco Monaco.12,0AK 

2 2:29.80 BCAGJUL Jens Culhbert,12.PDSA 

3 2:35.85 BCAGJUL Kris Yap-Chung,1 1 .HYACK 

4 2:37.69 CNQMAY Nicolas Murray,12,DYNAM 

5 2:39.66 KCSJUN Greer Jacks.12.IS 

6 2:41.12 ONAGJUL Andrew McDonald.12.LAC 

7 2:41.67 PQAAAJUL Zachary Glassman.12,PCSC 

8 2:42,04 ONAGJUL Scott VanDoormaal.12,GMAC 

9 2:42.19 ISJUN Simon Wing,12,PSW 

10 2:43,15 LUSCMAY Buddy Green,12,LUSC 

11 2:43.19 RODJUN Braden 0'Neill,12.0SC 

12 2:45.23 PQAAAJUL Oclavian Petre,12,LAVAL 

13 2:45.40 HYACKMAY Lu Yi Lay,11,IS 

14 2:46.46 ONAGJUL Matthew Pariselli.11.NYAC 

15 2:46.76 ONAGJUL Julian Cino,12,HWAC 

16 2:46.86 BCAGJUL Todd Routtu.12,WLBF 

17 2:46.98 PQAAAJUL Karim Moghrabi,12.PCSC 

18 2:48,11 ONIIIAPR Adam MacWilliam,12,MAKOS 

19 2:48,47 ABAGJUL Tristan Armslrong,12,NCSA 

20 2:48.52 ONAGJUL Jeff Park,12,SSMAC 

21 2:49.24 PQAAAJUL David Brassard.1 2.CNCI 

22 2:49.65 QC1MAY Nicolas Sanschagrin.11 .SAMAK 

23 2:50.24 EKSCAPR Brad Reid,12,HYACK 

24 2:50.44 EKSCAPR Norman Ng,12,HYACK 

25 2:50.71 BCAGJUL Leonard Ho.12,HYACK 



200 METRES INO. MEDLEY 

Rec: 2:21 .81 Brian Johns,RACER,95 

1 2:25,28 MIDSJUL Marco Monaco,12,OAK 

2 2:29.82 BCAGJUL Ryan Chiew,12,HYACK 

3 2:30.77 CNQMAY Nicolas Murray,12,DYNAM 

4 2:33.05 PQAAAJUL David Provencher,12,GAMIN 

5 2:33.08 ISAPR Justin Pommerville.12,IS 

6 2:33.79 BCAGJUL Jens Cuthbert.1 2.PDSA 

7 2:36.14 ONAGJUL Ewan Dunn,12.GO 

8 2:36.28 ABAGJUL Braden 0'Neill,12,0SC 

9 2:36.83 BCAGJUL Sebastian Salas,12,PDSA 

10 2:36.88 MBSKJUL Michael Smela,12,YLSC 

11 2:37,24 PQAAAJUL Vincent Boulanger-M.,12,CNQ 

12 2:37.27 CDSCAPR Anthony Sy,12,AQUA 

13 2:37.45 STARJUN Matteo Di Paolo,12,vAC 

14 2:37.63 MSSACMAY Brian Holland,12,MSSAC 

15 2:37.63 BCAGJUL Alex Sherwood,12.KCS 

16 2:38.62 MBSKJUL Michael Lett,12,PASS 

17 2:38.93 DDOJUN Zachary Glassman,12,PCSC 

18 2:39.09 CDSCAPR Simon Wing,12.PSW 

19 2:39.26 HYACKMAY Matt Derochie.12.KSC 

20 2:39.35 QC1MAY Marc Laliberte,12.UL 

21 2:39.50 QC1MAY Philip Brassard-G.,12,BBF 

22 2:40.16 ABAGJUL Jesse Lund,11,EKSC 

23 2:40.35 ONAGJUL David Shih,12,YMISS 

24 2:40.57 ABAGJUL Paul Mereau,12,CASC 

25 2:40.58 ONIIIAPR Jad Saab,12,BYST 
400 METRES IND. MEDLEY 
Rec: 5:03.60 Andrew Cho,HYACK,91 



1 


5:06.09 


MIDSJUL 


Marco Monaco,12,OAK 


2 


5:12.42 


ABAGJUL 


Braden 0'Neill,12,OSC 


3 


5:18.93 


BCAGJUL 


Jens Cuthbert,12,PDSA 


4 


5:21.43 


PQAAAJUL 


David Provencher,12,GAMIN 


5 


5:22.68 


ISAPR 


Justin Pommerville,12,IS 


6 


5:24.17 


BCAGJUL 


Ryan Chiew,12,HYACK 


7 


5:26.29 


PQAAAJUL 


Zachary Glassman,12,PCSC 


8 


5:31.13 


BCAGJUL 


Sebastian Salas,12,PDSA 


9 


5:35.25 


ALDOMAY 


Philip Brassard-G„12,BBF 


10 


5:35.85 


ESWIMJUN 


Brian Holland,12,MSSAC 


11 


5:36.11 


ABAGJUL 


Mart Derochie.12,KSC 


12 


5:36.12 


ONAGJUL 


Ewan Dunn.12,G0 


13 


5:39.21 


ISJUN 


Simon Wing,12,PSW 


14 


5:40.08 


ONAGJUL 


Kyle Palfrey,12.SCAR 


15 


5:40.42 


KCSJUN 


Greer Jacks,12,IS 


16 


5:41.89 


ABAGJUL 


Paul Mereau,12,CASC 


17 


5:42.65 


HYACKJUN 


Leonard H0.12.HYACK 


18 


5:42.65 


ESWIMJUN 


Chris Bento.11.LAC 


19 


5:43.19 


LUSCMAY 


Anthony 0razietti,12,SSMAC 


20 


5:45.02 


ESWIMJUN 


Stan Alechine,12.ESWIM 


21 


5:47.25 


ONAGJUL 


Kellan 0'Neill,12,SSMAC 


22 


5:47.44 


ABAGJUL 


Tristan Armstrong,12,NCSA 


23 


5:47.97 


HYACKJUN 


Norman Ng,12,HYACK 


24 


5:47.99 


PQAAAJUL 


Etienne Lavallee,12,EXCEL 


25 


5:48.43 


PQAAAJUL 


Etienne Brillant.12.CNDR 


4X50 MEDLEY RELAY 




Rec: 2:06.96 


Mississauga ACJOMAC.92 



1 


2:11.65 


BCAGJUL 


Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 


2 


2:16.57 


ABAGJUL 


Calgary Killarney SC.KSC 


3 


2:16.80 


ABAGJUL 


Cascade Swim Club.CASC 


4 


2:17.41 


BRANTAPR 


Mississauga AC.MSSAC 


5 


2:17.83 


ON1APR 


Glouc-Ottawa Kingfish.GO 


6 


2:18.36 


ONAGJUL 


Oakville AC.OAK 


7 


2:18.65 


ONAGJUL 


NewmarkelSC.NEW 


8 


2:20.03 


PQAAAJUL 


Pointe Claire SCPCSC 


9 


2:20.07 


ISJUN 


Pacific Dolphins.PDSA 


10 


2:20.12 


PQAAAJUL 


CN Quebec.CNQ 


11 


2:20.34 


PGBAPR 


Points North SC.PN 


12 


2:21.30 


ABAGJUL 


Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 


13 


2:21.68 


BCAGJUL 


Island Swimming.lS 


14 


2:21.79 


ONAGJUL 


Guelph Marlin AC.GMAC 


15 


2:21.85 


STARJUN 


Milton Marlins.MMST 


16 


2:22.43 


ONIIAPR 


Toronto Champs.CHAMP 


17 


2:22.58 


BRANTAPR 


Hamill-Wentworth AC.HWAC 


18 


2:24.11 


ONIIAPR 


Toronto Swim Club.TSC 


19 


2:24.12 


0N1APR 


Scarborough SC.SCAR 


20 


2:24.13 


ONAGJUL 


Etobicoke Swimming.ESWIM 


21 


2:24.22 


ONIIAPR 


Vaughan AC.VAC 


22 


2:24.85 


MBSKJUL 


Saskatoon Y Lasers.YLSC 


23 


2:25.04 


MBSKJUL 


Red Deer Catalina SC.RDCSC 


24 


2:25.19 


ON1APR 


Sault Sle.Marie AC.SSMAC 


25 


2:25.23 


ON1APR 


Scarborough Olympians.TORCH 



4X50 FREE RELAY 




Rec: 1:54.21 


Hamilt-Wentworlh ACHWAC.91 


1 


1:58.63 


BCAGJUL 


Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 


2 


1:59.76 


BRANTAPR 


Mississauga AC.MSSAC 


3 


2:00.88 


BCAGJUL 


Pacific Dolphins.PDSA 


4 


2:01.30 


ABAGJUL 


Calgary Killarney SC.KSC 


5 


2:01.83 


0N1APR 


Glouc-Ottawa Kingfish.GO 


6 


2:02.63 


ONAGJUL 


Oakville AC.OAK 


7 


2:02.72 


ABAGJUL 


Cascade Swim Club.CASC 


8 


2:03.11 


ONAGJUL 


North York AC.NYAC 


9 


2:03.38 


ISAPR 


Island Swimming.lS 


10 


2:03.97 


LUSCMAY 


Hamill-Wentworth AC.HWAC 


11 


2:04.88 


QC1MAY 


Univ.Laval Rouge & Or.UL 


12 


2:04.88 


QC1MAY 


Poinle Claire SCPCSC 


13 


2:05.10 


ON1APR 


Newmarket SC.NEW 


14 


2:05.88 


EKSCAPR 


Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 


15 


2:06.03 


PGBAPR 


Points North SC.PN 


16 


2:06.16 


ONIIAPR 


Toronto Champs,CHAMP 


17 


2:06.16 


ESWIMJUN 


Etobicoke Swimming.ESWIM 


18 


2:06.18 


BCAGJUL 


Vancouver Galors.GATOR 


19 


2:06.27 


QC1MAY 


Montreal Aquatique.CAMO 


20 


2:06.39 


ON1APR 


Saull Sle.Marie AC.SSMAC 


21 


2:06.51 


ONAGJUL 


Guelph Marlin AC.GMAC 


22 


2:06.65 


MBSKJUL 


Saskatoon Goldfins.GOLD 


23 


2:06.74 


QC1MAY 


CN Quebec.CNQ 


24 


2:07.06 


ONIIAPR 


Vaughan AC.VAC 


25 


2:07.22 


BRANTAPR 


Brantlord AC.BRANT 



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50 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 26.51 Lori Melien.AAC.f. 



26.67 PAC99AUG Jenna Gresdal.RESWIM 

26.96 CANLCMAR Jessie Bradshaw.14.UCSC 

27.23 YOUTHMAY Alexandra Lys.14.UCSC 

27.34 YOUTHMAY Jackie Chan.RMSSAC 

27.55 YOUTHMAY Tiffany Woods.14.PCSC 
27.69 NEORJUN Stephanie Kuhn,14,TMSC 

27.75 YOUTHMAY Andrea Baird.13,RDCSC 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

8 27.79 MIDSJUL Kate Plyley,13,0AK 

9 27.82 YOUTHMAY KelseyLeckovic.14.PDSA 

10 28.03 NEORJUN Andrea Shoust,13,SSMAC 

11 28.07 YOUTHMAY Mila Zvijerac.14.HYACK 

12 28.09 ONAGJUL Jennifer Porenla,14,MMST 

13 28.20 YOUTHMAY Sarah Gault.13.CAC 

14 28.21 ONIIAPR Chandra Engs,14,CAJ 

15 28.29 ONAGJUL Amanda Gillespie,14.PERTH 

16 28.34 ECUPJUL Monica Wejman,14,ESWIM 

17 28.40 ECUPJUL Leanna Lee.14,T0RCH 

18 28.42 PQAAAJUL Victoria Poon,14.CALAC 

19 28.46 YOUTHMAY Andrea Lazzarotto,15,VKSC 

20 28.47 YOUTHMAY Maya Murphy,14,CAG 

21 28.47 YOUTHMAY Courtenay Chuy,14,HYACK 

22 28.48 NYACMAY Nancy Gajos,14,ESWIM 

23 28.48 ONAGJUL Jessica Vance,14,BRANT 

24 28.49 YOUTHMAY Elizabeth Cleven, 14, MM 

25 28.54 MANTAMAR Erin Kardash,13,MM 
100 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 56.91 Julie Howard,BRANT,91 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



57.38 CANLCAUG Jenna Gresdal,14,ESWIM 

58.37 CANJRJUL Alexandra Lys.14.UCSC 

58.78 CANLCAUG Tiffany Woods.14.PCSC 

58.93 CANLCMAR Jessie Bradshaw,14,UCSC 



1 
1 

8 1 

9 1 

10 1 

11 1 

12 1 

13 1 

14 1 

15 1 

16 1 

17 1 

18 1 

19 1 

20 1 

21 1 

22 1 

23 1 

24 1 

25 1 



59.55 
.01 



ONAGJUL Kate Plyley,13,0AK 



ley,! 

ONAGJUL Monica Wejman.RESWIM 
17 CANLCMAR Jennifer Fratesi.RSSMAC 
CANLCAUG Deanna Ste(anyshyn,14,PDSA 
ABAGJUL Andrea Baird,13,RDCSC 
PQAAAJUL Victoria Poon,14,CALAC 
CANLCAUG Jackie Chan,14,MSSAC-T0 
NEORJUN Stephanie Kuhn,14,TMSC 
00.66 YOUTHMAY Kelsey Leckovic,14.PDSA 
00.73 CANLCAUG Michelle Landry,14,PDSA 

ONAGJUL Amanda Gillespie.1 4.PERTH 
01.17 YOUTHMAY Maya Murphy,14,CAG 
01.25 YOUTHMAY Courtenay Chuy,14,HYACK 
ABAGJUL Michelle Cove,14,RDCSC 
ABAGJUL Hayley Doody,13,CASC 
CDSCAPR Claire Wong.14.PDSA 
ONIIAPR Chandra Engs,14,CAJ 
YOUTHMAY Jessica Vance,14,BRANT 
ONAGJUL Jennifer Porenta,14,MMST 
QC1MAY Audrey Frenette,14,CNQ 



.31 
35 
.38 
00.49 
59 



01.29 

01.33 

01.40 

01.47 

01, 

01.58 

01.64 



1:01.70 YOUTHMAY Sara McNally.14,EKSC 
200 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 2:03.35 Julie Barbeau.ELITE.89 



2:06.76 
2:06.81 



2:08.83 
2:09.03 
2:09.48 
2:10.23 



CANLCAUG Jenna Gresdal,14,ESWIM 
CANJRJUL Alexandra Lys.RUCSC 
2:06.96 CANLCMAR Deanna Stefanyshyn.RPDSA 
2:08.79 YOUTHMAY Amanda Gillespie,14,PERTH 
" CANLCAUG Michelle Landry.14.PDSA 
ECUPJUL Monica Wejman,14,ESWIM 
YOUTHMAY Claire Wong,14,PDSA 
ONAGJUL Kate Plyley.1 3.0AK 

9 2:10.26 YOUTHMAY Hayley Doody,13,CASC 

10 2:10.47 ABAGJUL Andrea Baird,13.RDCSC 

11 2:10.64 CANLCAUG Tiflany Woods.14.PCSC 

12 2:10.76 YOUTHMAY Leah Wegner.14.KCS 

13 2:11.07 YOUTHMAY Sara McNally,14,EKSC 

14 2:11.53 YOUTHMAY Chandra Engs.14.CAJ 

15 2:11.56 ESWIMJUN Jessica Vance,14,BRANT 

16 2:12.08 ABAGJUL Michelle Cove,14,RDCSC 

17 2:12.76 0N1APR CassieWun.14.RHAC 

18 2:12.86 YOUTHMAY Danielle Beland.14.G0 

19 2:12.96 KCSJUN Allison Laidlow.14.LL 

20 2:12.97 0N1APR Frances Stephenson, 14.NYAC 

21 2:13.09 0N1APR KathySiuda,13,R0W 

22 2:13.11 ONAGJUL Kalherine Teller,14,ESWIM 

23 2:13.25 RACERJAN Meghan Brown,14,PDSA 

24 2:13.26 PQAAAJUL Victoria Poon,14,CALAC 

25 2:13.32 ZAJACMAY Kelsey Leckovic.14.PDSA 



400 


METRES 


Rec 


4:14.60 


1 


4:27.23 


2 


4:31.81 


3 


4:32.43 


4 


4:32.89 


5 


4:33.22 


6 


4:33.88 


7 


4:34.44 


8 


4:34.93 


9 


4:35.87 


10 


4:35.95 


11 


4:35.97 


12 


4:36.87 


13 


4:37.29 


14 


4:37.32 


15 


4:38.13 


16 


4:38.55 


17 


4:39.38 


18 


4:40.31 


19 


4:41.22 


20 


4:41.44 


21 


4:41.81 


22 


4:42.11 


23 


4:42.15 


24 


4:42.49 


25 


4:43.04 


800 


METRES 


Rec 


8:44.45 


1 


9:09.48 


2 


9:17.61 


3 


9:18.43 


4 


9:18.98 


5 


9:23.95 


6 


9:26.51 


7 


9:27.18 


8 


9:28.51 


9 


9:29.06 


10 


9:29.84 


11 


9:30.42 


12 


9:31.76 


13 


9:33.72 


14 


9:36.55 


15 


9:37.92 


16 


9:38.58 


17 


9:38.97 


18 


9:40.26 


19 


9:40.58 


20 


9:41.03 


21 


9:44.45 


22 


9:44.89 


23 


9:46.06 


24 


9:46.46 


25 


9:47.26 


100 


METRES 


Rec 


1:03.28 


1 


1:05.35 


2 


1:06.52 


3 


1:06.54 


4 


1:06.88 


5 


1:08.14 


6 


1:08.30 


7 


1:08.39 


8 
9 


1:08.68 
1:08.72 


10 


1:08.98 


11 


1:09.18 


12 


1:09.25 


13 


1:09.33 


14 


1:09.34 


15 


1:09.55 


16 


1:09.72 


17 


1:09.74 


18 


1:09.76 


19 


1:09.82 


20 


1:10.02 


21 


1:10.08 


22 


1:10.30 


23 


1:10.30 


24 


1:10.34 


25 


1:10.51 


200 


METRES 


Rec 


2:15.60 


1 


2:19.83 


2 


2:22.48 


3 


2:24.26 


4 


2:24.29 


5 


2:24.44 


6 


2:25.37 


7 


2:25.86 


8 


2:26.69 


9 


2:27.35 


10 


2:27.72 


11 


2:28.76 


12 


2:29.36 


13 


2:29.82 


14 


2:29.84 


15 


2:29.90 


16 


2:30.17 


17 


2:30.19 


18 


2:30.21 


19 


2:30.38 


20 


2:30.54 


21 


2:30.67 


22 


2:31.07 


23 


2:31.11 


24 


2:31.18 


25 


2:31.55 



FREESTYLE 

Shannon Smith,HYACK,76 
YOUTHMAY Deanna Slefanyshyn,14,PDSA 
YOUTHMAY Alexandra Lys,14,UCSC 

ECUPJUL Monica Wejman,14,ESWIM 
YOUTHMAY Sara McNally.14.EKSC 
YOUTHMAY Hayley Doody,13,CASC 
CANJRJUL Allison Laidlow,14,LL 
CANLCMAR Michelle Landry,14,CHENA 
POLLCJUL Kalhy Siuda,13,R0W 
YOUTHMAY Leah Wegner,14,KCS 
YOUTHMAY Carly Cermak,14,CAJ 
YOUTHMAY Kate Plyley,13.0AK 
YOUTHMAY Danielle Beland.14.G0 

BCSRFEB Meghan Brown.14.PDSA 
YOUTHMAY Chandra Engs.14.CAJ 
ONAGJUL Katherine Telfer,14,ESWIM 
CANJRJUL Emily Carwithen,14,C0M0X 
YOUTHMAY Chelsey 6urnert.14.NRST 
BCAGJUL LynetteBayliss,13,LL 
CANJRJUL Amanda Gillespie.1 4.PERTH 
ESWIMJUN Frances Stephenson,14,NYAC 
YOUTHMAY Michelle Cove,14,RDCSC 
PQCUPMAR Dominique Charron.14.PPO 
ESWIMJUN Ashley Lawrence,14,HWAC 
HWACJUN Rosie Meade,14,B0SC 
PQAAAJUL Victoria Poon,14,CALAC 
FREESTYLE 
Michelle Sallee.CDSC.88 
YOUTHMAY Deanna Stelanyshyn,14.PDSA 
YOUTHMAY Allison Laidlow,14,LL 
YOUTHMAY Sara McNally,14,EKSC 
CANLCAUG Michelle Landry,14,PDSA 
YOUTHMAY Hayley Doody,13.CASC 
NYACMAY Frances Stephenson,14,NYAC 
ONAGJUL Katherine Telfer,14,ESWIM 
YOUTHMAY Carly Cermak.14.CAJ 
NYACJAN Kate Plyley.13.0AK 
RACERJAN Meghan Brown, 14.PDSA 
ECUPJUL Alex Lachance-F,14,UL 
YOUTHMAY Danielle Beland.14.G0 
BCAGJUL Chelsey Burnett,14,NRST 
BCAGJUL Lynette Bayliss.13.LL 
CANJRJUL Emily Carwithen,14,C0M0X 
BCAGJUL LeahWegner,14,KCS 
YOUTHMAY Kalhy Siuda,13,R0W 
PQCUPMAR Dominique Charron.14.PPO 
BCAGJUL JaimieGraham,14,PDSA 
QCIIMAY Joan Bernier,14,CNCB 
YOUTHMAY Michelle Cove.14.RDCSC 
ONAGJUL Elizabeth Osterer,13,NKB 
ONAGJUL Chandra Engs.14.CAJ 
QCIIMAY Patricia Perreault,13,CNCB 
BACMAY Claire Osberg,14,WVOSC 
BACKSTROKE 
Nancy Garapick.HTAC.76 
CANLCMAR Jennifer Fralesi,14,SSMAC 
CANLCAUG Jenna Gresdal,14,ESWIM 
CANLCMAR Amy Jacina.14.GMAC 
CANLCAUG Amanda Gillespie.1 4.PERTH 

ONAGJUL Katie Smith,13,C0BRA 
CANLCAUG Jackie Chan,14,MSSAC-T0 
YOUTHMAY Diane Kardash,13,MM 
YOUTHMAY Tina Hoang,13.HYACK 
0N1APR Andrea Shoust,13,SSMAC 
ONAGJUL Katherine Telfer.RESWIM 
ECUPJUL Kristen Mcllroy.13.MMST 
YOUTHMAY Chanell Charron-W.,14,CAG 
ONAGJUL Stephanie Kuhn,14,TMSC 
ECUPJUL Jennifer Porenta,14,MMST 
BCAGJUL Michelle Landry,14,PDSA 
YOUTHMAY Erin Kardash,13,MM 
ESWIMJUN Amanda MacNeill,14,CHAMP 
ABAGJUL Hania Kubas,13,EKSC 
ONAGJUL Laura Wise,13.C0BRA 
ESWIMJUN MayaZiolkowski.14.YORK 
ESWIMJUN Lauren Beard.RESWIM 
LACMAY AnnaSzallarski.HBROCK 
ONAGJUL MayaKiolkowski.14.YORK 
YOUTHMAY Allison Laidlow,14,LL 

ONAGJUL Stephanie Sliekers,14,MMST 
BACKSTROKE 
Nancy Garapick,HTAC,76 
CANLCMAR Jennifer Fratesi,14,SSMAC 
CANLCMAR Amy Jacina,14,GMAC 
YOUTHMAY Allison Laidlow.14.LL 
ECUPJUL Carly Cermak.14.CAJ 
CANJRJUL Amanda Gillespie.RPERTH 
NYACJAN Anna Szaflarski.14,BR0CK 
ONAGJUL Katherine Telfer.RESWIM 
QCIIMAY Chanell Charron-W.,RCAG 
ONAGJUL Andrea Shousl,13,SSMAC 
YOUTHMAY Jenna Gresdal.RMUSAC 
ONAGJUL Laura Wise,13.C0BRA 
ECUPJUL Sheena Martin.RTORCH 
ABAGJUL Evangeline Blais.RCASC 
YOUTHMAY Lynette Bayliss,13,LL 
ECUPJUL Andrea Roberts.RTCSC 
ONAGJUL Amanda MacNeill.RCHAMP 
ECUPJUL Kristen Mcllroy,13,MMST 
ONAGJUL Danielle Di Giovanni.RMSSAC 
YOUTHMAY Amanda Rieger.14.RYMM 
BRANTAPR Kathy Siuda,13.R0W 
MSSACMAY Lauren Beard.RESWIM 
BCSRFEB Deanna Stetanysfiyn.14.PDSA 
BCSRFEB Michelle Landry.RCHENA 
ONAGJUL Slephanie Sliekers.14.MMST 
NEORJUN Slephanie Kuhn.RTMSC 



100 METRES BREASTSTROKE 



Rec: 1 



09.84 Allison Higson,ESC,86 

12.52 CANLCMAR TamaraWagner,13,T0RCH 

12.83 CANLCAUG Courtenay ChuyR.HYACK 

14.36 CANLCAUG Joanna Lee,RMSSAC-TO 
15.47 ECUPJUL Shannon Kryhul,13,LAC 
15.81 CANJRJUL Stephanie Arthur.14.PCSC 
16.55 YOUTHMAY Meagan Sinclair.RCASC 
17.23 YOUTHMAY Jacquelyn Craft,13.TRENT 

17.43 YOUTHMAY Jenna-Lee Horvath,13,SCAR 

17.44 ECUPJUL Jessica McLellan.14.EAST 
17.64 YOUTHMAY MilaZvijerac.RHYACK 
17.74 ABAGJUL NorahVogan.14.GPP 
17.86 ONAGJUL Brett Rumble,13.GGST 

17.91 ABAGJUL Evangeline Blais.RCASC 

17.92 POLLCJUL Kathy Siuda,13,R0W 
18.06 UCSCJAN Melissa Dyson.REKSC 
18.06 CPAPR Christine Barton.RVKSC 
18.25 CANJRJUL Elizabeth Osterer,13.NKB 
18.63 ONIIAPR Carly Cermak,14,CAJ 
18.78 ABAGJUL Kimberley Hirsch.13,STSC 
18.83 ALDOMAY Meredith St.John,13,USC 
19.02 ONAGJUL Renee Hober.RROW 
19.06 YOUTHMAY Holly Mazar.14.AAC 
19.14 CANLCMAR Tiffany Woods.RPCSC 
19.32 ONIIAPR Genevieve Dack,13,TBT 

19.37 CANJRJUL Alexandra Lys.14.UCSC 



200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec: 2:29.18 Courtenay Chuy,HYACK,98 



CANLCAUG Courtenay Chuy.RHYACK 
CANLCMAR Tamara Wagner.13.T0RCH 
NYACJAN Joanna Lee,14,MSSAC-T0 
CANLCAUG Shannon Kryhul,13,LAC 
CANJRJUL Stephanie Arthur.14.PCSC 
2:43.23 YOUTHMAY Jacquelyn Craft,13,TRENT 
2:45.27 ABAGJUL Norah Vogan.RGPP 
2:46.08 YOUTHMAY Meagan Sinclair.RCASC 
CPAPR Christine Barton.14.VKSC 
ONIIAPR Genevieve Dack,13.TBT 
YOUTHMAY Jenna-Lee Horvath,13,SCAR 
YOUTHMAY Kathy Siuda,13,R0W 
BCAGJUL Allison Laidlow.14.LL 
NYACJAN Rebecca Haight,13,BR0CK 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 

15 2:48.23 MSSACMAY Kim Bacon.RCOBRA 

16 2:48.66 ABAGJUL Evangeline Blais.RCASC 
BCAGJUL Natalie Fosler.RLL 
ONAGJUL Renee Hober.14.ROW 
ONAGJUL Elizabeth Osterer.13.NKB 
NYACJAN Monica Wejman,13,ESWIM 



2:33.42 
2:37.63 
2:40.56 
2:40.85 
2:41.96 



2:46.09 
2:46.25 
2:46.84 
2:47.77 
2:48.04 
2:48.12 



17 2:49.39 

18 2:49.49 

19 2:49.62 

20 2:50.31 

21 2:50.56 

22 2:50.63 

23 2:50.84 

24 2:50.96 

25 2:51.02 

100 METRES BUTTERFLY 



CANJRJUL Brett Rumble.13.GGST 
ONAGJUL S.Widdifield.RROW 
PQAAAJUL Tiffany Woods.RPCSC 
ECUPJUL Jessica McLellan.REAST 
ALDOMAY Meredith SI.John,13.USC 



Rec: 1 



02.87 Julie Howard.BRANT.91 

03.58 CANLCMAR Jennifer Fratesi.RSSMAC 

04.22 YOUTHMAY Amanda Gillespie.RPERTH 

05.14 CANLCMAR Jessie Bradshaw.RUCSC 

05.98 YOUTHMAY Claire Wong.RPDSA 

06.17 NYACJAN Nancy Gajos.RESWIM 

06.37 YOUTHMAY Danielle Beland.RGO 

06.75 YOUTHMAY Julia Guay-Racine,13,CAM0 

06.79 QC1MAY Valerie Tcholkayan.14.DDO 

07.12 ONAGJUL KahlaWalkinshaw,13,HWAC 
07.22 BCSRFEB Meghan Brown.RPDSA 
07.22 ONAGJUL Kate Plyley.13.0AK 

07.52 0N1APR Kimberly Brown.RNEW 

07.86 YOUTHMAY Chanell Charron-W..14.CAG 

07.98 ABAGJUL Kristin Anstey.RSTSC 

08.00 ABAGJUL Andrea Baird,13,RDCSC 

08.13 ABAGJUL Brittney Kremer.ROSC 

08.14 LUSCMAY Slephanie Kuhn,13,TMSC 

08.15 ONAGJUL Kim Bacon.RCOBRA 
08.19 ESWIMJUN CassieWun.RRHAC 
08.29 ONAGJUL DarcieArmslrong.14.TAT 
08.42 BCSRFEB Deanna Stelanyshyn.RPDSA 
08.52 ONAGJUL Monica Wejman.RESWIM 

56 ONAGJUL Blair Holmes,13,C0BRA 

66 NSAGJUN Colleen Smilh.REAST 

08.70 YOUTHMAY Megan Foreman.RKAJ 



200 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec: 2:15.76 Sandra Marchand,ENL,88 

1 2:21.93 YOUTHMAY Amanda Gillespie.1 4.PERTH 

2 2:24.33 YOUTHMAY Claire Wong.RPDSA 

3 2:24.40 CANJRJUL Danielle Beland.RGO 

4 2:24.70 ESWIMJUN Nancy Ga|0S,14,ESWIM 

5 2:25.25 QC1MAY Julia Guay-Racine.13.CAM0 

6 2:26.55 CANJRJUL Kahla Walkinshaw.RHWAC 

7 2:28.55 PQAAAJUL Milaine Gervais.RDDO 

8 2:29.30 PQAAAJUL Valerie Tcholkayan.14.DDO 

9 2:29.39 ABAGJUL Avery Kremer,13.0SC 

10 2:29.45 PQAAAJUL Joan Bernier.14.CNCB 

11 2:29.61 RACERJAN Meghan Brown.RPDSA 

12 2:29.61 ECUPJUL Gillian Coles.RBROCK 

13 2:29.74 ONAGJUL Kate Plyley,13,0AK 

14 2:30.06 YOUTHMAY Chanell Charron-W.,14,CAG 

15 2:30.52 NSAGJUN Colleen Smith.REAST 

16 2:31.19 YOUTHMAY Johanna Gatien.RLUSC 

17 2:31.29 0N1APR CassieWun.RRHAC 

18 2:31.87 YOUTHMAY Brittney Kremer.14.0SC 

19 2:31.87 ABAGJUL Orlagh 0'Kelly,13.EKSC 

20 2:31.90 ABAGJUL Kristin Anstey.14.STSC 

21 2:32.07 BCAGJUL Allison Laidlow.14.LL 

22 2:32.20 BCSRFEB Jessie Bradshaw.RUCSC 

23 2:32.41 ECUPJUL Dominique Babin-Muise.RYYW 

24 2:32.76 BCAGJUL Jaimie Graham.RPDSA 

25 2:32.92 ONAGJUL Darcie Armstrong, RTAT 



200 METRES IND. MEDLEY 

Rec: 2:18.08 Allison Higson.ESC.88 



2:25.10 
2:26.29 



CANLCMAR Jennifer Fratesi.RSSMAC 
POLLCJUL Kathy Siuda,13,R0W 
2:26.32 YOUTHMAY Deanna Stefanyshyn.RPDSA 
2:26.37 CANLCAUG Michelle Landry.RPDSA 
2:26.44 CANLCAUG Courtenay ChuyR.HYACK 
2:27.62 YOUTHMAY Amanda Gillespie.RPERTH 
2:27.76 BCAGJUL Allison Laidlow.14.LL 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

8 2:28.73 YOUTHMAY Alexandra Lys.RUCSC 

9 2:28.80 ABAGJUL Evangeline Blais.RCASC 

10 2:28.91 YOUTHMAY Norah Vogan.RGPP 

11 2:28.94 YOUTHMAY Chanell Charron-W.R.CAG 

12 2:29.00 NEORJUN Stephanie Kuhn.RTMSC 

13 2:29.35 ESWIMJUN Nancy Gajos.RESWIM 

14 2:29.72 ONAGJUL Joanna Lee,RMSSAC-TO 

15 2:30.30 YOUTHMAY Carly Cermak.RCAJ 

16 2:30.66 MSSACMAY Monica Wejman.RESWIM 

17 2:31.48 BCAGJUL Lynette Bayliss.13,LL 

18 2:31.48 ONAGJUL Lauren Beard.RESWIM 

19 2:32.34 PQAAAJUL Victoria Poon.RCALAC 

20 2:32.37 PQAAAJUL Tiffany Woods.RPCSC 

21 2:32.52 ONAGJUL Kim Bacon.RCOBRA 

22 2:32.75 ONAGJUL Tamara Wagner.RTORCH 

23 2:32.85 ESWIMAPR Jenna Gresdal.RMUSAC 

24 2:33.04 MSSACMAY Chandra Engs.RCAJ 

25 2:33.15 ALDOMAY Kate Plyley.1 3.0AK 
400 METRES IND. MEDLEY 

Rec: 4:52.35 Joanne Malar,HWAC,90 

1 5:04.03 YOUTHMAY Allison Laidlow.14.LL 

2 5:08.55 POLLCJUL Kathy Siuda,13,R0W 

3 5:08.86 YOUTHMAY Deanna Stefanyshyn.RPDSA 

4 5:10.10 BCAGJUL Michelle Landry,14.PDSA 

5 5:11.11 YOUTHMAY Chanell Charron-W.R.CAG 

6 5:11.20 YOUTHMAY Amanda Gillespie.RPERTH 

7 5:12.03 ESWIMJUN Joanna LeeR.MSSAC-TO 

8 5:12.79 YOUTHMAY Lynette Bayliss,13.LL 
5:1 2.86 YOUTHMAY Courtenay ChuyR.HYACK 

' YOUTHMAY Carly Cermak.RCAJ 
ONAGJUL Elizabeth Osterer,13.NKB 
YOUTHMAY Kate Plyley.1 3.0AK 
YOUTHMAY Evangeline BlaisR.CASC 
ESWIMJUN Nancy Gajos.RESWIM 
YOUTHMAY Jenny Lock,13,C0M0X 
BCAGJUL Jaimie Graham.RPDSA 
ONAGJUL Monica Wejman.RESWIM 
PQAAAJUL Alex Lachance-F.14.UL 
ONAGJUL Shannon Kryhul,13,LAC 
ONAGJUL Shannon Lang.RHWAC 
ECUPJUL Lauren Beard.RESWIM 
YOUTHMAY Claire Wong.RPDSA 
YOUTHMAY Norah Vogan.RGPP 

ONAGJUL Genevieve Dack,13.TBT 
YOUTHMAY Emily Carwithen.RCOMOX 



10 5:13.31 

11 5:16.27 

12 5:17.66 

13 5:18.45 

14 5:19.63 

15 5:20.19 

16 5:20.57 

17 5:20.57 

18 5:21.24 

19 5:22.45 

20 5:22.59 

21 5:22.81 

22 5:23.10 

23 5:23.61 

24 5:23.72 

25 5:24.40 
4X50 MEDLEY RELAY 
Rec: 2:02,81 Elobicoke Swimming,ET0B,97 



1 


2:04,68 


ONAGJUL 


Cobra Swim Club.COBRA 


2 


2:08.11 


UCSCJAN 


Cascade Swim Club.CASC 


3 


2:08.43 


PQAAAJUL 


Poinle Claire SC.PCSC 


4 


2:08.49 


PQAAAJUL 


Montreal Aquatique.CAMO 


5 


2:08.49 


ONAGJUL 


Scarborough Olympians.TORCH 


6 


2:08.65 


UCSCJAN 


Calgary Swimming.UCSC 


7 


2:09.54 


ONAGJUL 


Hamilt-Wentworth AC.HWAC 


8 


2:09.84 


PQAAAJUL 


CN Quebec.CNQ 


9 


2:10.39 


ABAGJUL 


Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 


10 


2:10.85 


ONAGJUL 


Elobicoke Swimming.ESWIM 


11 


2:10.97 


ONAGJUL 


Cambridge Aquajets.CAJ 


12 


2:11.01 


ONAGJUL 


Nepean Kanala.NKB 


13 


2:11.09 


ONAGJUL 


Chatham Y.CYPS 


14 


2:11.41 


MSSACMAY 


Mississauga AC.MSSAC 


15 


2:11.70 


YOUTHMAY 


Region of Waterloo.ROW 


16 


2:11.72 


BCAGJUL 


Pacific Dolphins.PDSA 


17 


2:12.23 


BCAGJUL 


Nanaimo Riptide ST.NRST 


18 


2:12.25 


ISAPR 


Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 


19 


2:12.35 


MBSKJUL 


Olympian Swim Club.OSC 


20 


2:12.37 


ABAGJUL 


Red Deer Catalina SC.RDCSC 


21 


2:12.43 


PQAAAJUL 


Dollard Swim Team.DDO 


22 


2:12.80 


MMAPR 


Manitoba Marlins.MM 


23 


2:13.08 


ONAGJUL 


London AC.LAC 


24 


2:13.32 


ONIIAPR 


Toronto Champs.CHAMP 


25 


2:13.99 


PQAAAJUL 


Univ.Laval Rouge & Or.UL 



4X50 FREE RELAY 


Rec: 1 


50.15 EtobicokeSw 


1 1 


50.87 


ALDOMAY 


2 1 


53.93 


ONAGJUL 


3 1 


53.94 


ABAGJUL 


4 1 


54.52 


YOUTHMAY 


5 1 


54.75 


ONAGJUL 


6 1 


54.98 


YOUTHMAY 


7 1 


55.01 


ABAGJUL 


8 1 


55.23 


ONAGJUL 


9 1 


55.39 


ESWIMJUN 


10 1 


55.42 


EKSCAPR 


11 1 


56.07 


ALDOMAY 


12 1 


56.69 


YOUTHMAY 


13 1 


57.00 


PQAAAJUL 


14 1 


57.01 


MBSKJUL 


15 1 


57.19 


MBSKJUL 


16 1 


57.25 


BCAGJUL 


17 1 


57.62 


0N1APR 


18 1 


57.89 


ONAGJUL 


19 1 


57.93 


AACAPR 


20 1 


57.97 


ONAGJUL 


21 1 


58.15 


MSSACMAY 


22 1 


58.27 


0N1APR 


23 1 


58.47 


ALDOMAY 


24 1 


58.51 


ABAGJUL 


25 1 


58.54 


QCIIMAY 



QCIIMAY Megophias Trois Rivieres.MEGO 



24 



SWIMNEWS SEPTEMBER 1999 



TOP AGE GROUP TIMES 



Rankings lor the period (results received) 
January 1 to September 30, 1999 
TAG is financially supported by 
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1999 LONG COURSE TAG 



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BOYS 

13-14 



50 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 24.39 Yannick Lupien,CAGRA,94 

1 25.23 YOUTHMAY Kurtis Miller,13,SCAR 

2 25.51 ABAGJUL Graeme Tozer,14,UCSC 

3 25.89 ABAGJUL Devin Phillips.14,EKSC 

4 26.02 MBSKJUL Trevor Coulman,14,GOLD 

5 26.11 ONAGJUL Mark Thauvette,14,0AK 

6 26.14 ONAGJUL Phillip Levert,14,NKB 

7 26.16 PQAAAJUL Louis-D. Dionne,14,UL 

8 26.26 ALDOMAY Jamie Del Mastro,14,USC 

9 26.34 ONAGJUL Daniel Zin.14,HWAC 

10 26.36 0N1APR Robert McDow,14,RHAC 

11 26.42 ECUPJUL Tobias 0riwol,14,ESWIM 

12 26.43 CASCMAY Taylor Graham,14,NCSA 

13 26.53 ONAGJUL Alex Tanton.14.NEW 

14 26.54 ONIIAPR Michael Chu.RCHAMP 

15 26.62 EOSAJUN Steven Medaglia,14,G0 

16 26.63 BCAGJUL Mark Chiew,14,HYACK 

17 26.66 QCIIMAY Kevin Laflamme.13.RCA 

18 26.68 MBSKJUL Jian-Lok Chang,13,EKSC 

19 26.69 ABAGJUL Chase Reid,13,CASC 

20 26.73 PQAAAJUL Kevin Rioux,14,CARAT 

21 26.76 UCSCJAN Trevor Neuleld,13,YKPB 

22 26.79 YOUTHMAY Ronald Chung,14,CHENA 

23 26.80 ONAGJUL Ryan Donally,14,WAC 

24 26.84 HYACKMAY Jim Tung,13,HYACK 

25 26.90 ONAGJUL Scott Dickens,14,BRANT 
100 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 52.91 Yannick Lupien,CAGRA,94 

1 55.62 ECUPJUL Kurtis Miller,13.SCAR 

2 55.91 CASCMAY Pat Turanich-N .13.STSC 

3 56.16 ABAGJUL Graeme Tozer.14.UCSC 

4 56.94 ONAGJUL Mark Thauvette,14,OAK 

5 56.97 PQAAAJUL Louis-D. Dionne.14.UL 

6 57.06 ABAGJUL Devin Phtllips.1 4.EKSC 

7 57.07 0N1APR Robert McDow.14.RHAC 

8 57.13 MBSKJUL Trevor Coulman.14.GOLD 

9 57.32 YOUTHMAY MaciekZielnik.14.EKSC 

10 57.43 ONAGJUL Daniel Zin,14,HWAC 

11 57.44 ONAGJUL Alex Tanton,14,NEW 

12 57.47 ECUPJUL Tobias Oriwol,14,ESWIM 

13 57.52 ONAGJUL Phillip Levert,14,NKB 

14 57.60 QC1MAY Alexander Argento,14,PCSC 

15 57.67 UUUN Kevin Laflamme,14,RCA 

16 57.82 ABAGJUL Jian-Lok Ctiang.14.EKSC 

17 57.86 EOSAJUN Steven Medaglia.14.GO 

18 57.86 ONAGJUL Douglas Grodecki,14,HWAC 

19 57.93 KCSJUN Casey Ralph,13,IS 

20 58.00 ONAGJUL Jamie Del Mastro,14,USC 

21 58.17 ONAGJUL Andrew Baier,14,COBRA 

22 58.29 EKSCAPR Marc Sze.14.PDSA 

23 58.29 BCAGJUL Tyler Cheettiam.13.NISH 

24 58.47 CDSCAPR Chris Kargl-Simard,14,PDSA 

25 58.52 BRANTAPR Ryan Pallett.14,BRANT 
200 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 1:55.97 Brian Johns.RACER,97 

1 2:01.36 ONAGJUL Mark Thauvette,14,0AK 

2 2:01.97 ONAGJUL Tobias 0riwol.14,ESWIM 

3 2:02.42 ONAGJUL Douglas McQueen, 14.G0 

4 2:03.13 ABAGJUL Graeme Tozer,14'.UCSC 

5 2:03.60 CANJRJUL Steven Medaglia.14.G0 

6 2:03.64 PQCUPMAR Olivier Gauthier.14.PP0 

7 2:04.23 YOUTHMAY Michael Ruggiero.14.CAMO 

8 2:04.51 EKSCAPR Chris Kargl-Simard,14,PDSA 

9 2:04.73 ABAGJUL Devin Phillips,14,EKSC 

10 2:05.19 0N1APR Robert McDow.14.RHAC 

11 2:05.32 CANJRJUL Alexander Argento,14,PCSC 

12 2:05.56 HYACKMAY Trevor Coulman,14,GOLD 

13 2:05.81 BCAGJUL Casey Ralph.14.IS 

14 2:06.40 ONAGJUL Craig Partridge,14,GGST 

15 2:06.55 PQAAAJUL Kevin Lallamme.HRCA 

16 2:06.63 ISJUN Justin Ho,14,PDSA 

17 2:07.74 BCAGJUL Justin Pommerville,13,IS 

18 2:07.76 ECUPJUL Kevin Rioux,14,CARAT 

19 2:07.84 MSSACMAY Andrew Baier, 14, COBRA 

20 2:08.13 FARWJUL Marc Sze,14,PDSA 

21 2 08 42 ESWIMJUN Douglas Grodecki.14.HWAC 

22 2:08.42 ONAGJUL Ryan Donally.14.WAC 

23 2:08.43 ESWIMJUN Kurtis Miller,13,SCAR 

24 2:08.49 ONAGJUL Phillip Levert,14.NKB 

25 2:08.66 ONAGJUL Daniel Zin,14,HWAC 



400 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 4:05.63 Jamie Slevens.MANTA,89 



4:17.14 
1:17.83 



4:21.44 
4:21.47 
4:21.95 



CANJRJUL Graeme Tozer,14,UCSC 
ONAGJUL Steven Medaglia,14,GO 
4:19.38 PQCUPMAR Olivier Gauihier,14,PPO 
4:19.38 MIDSJUL MarkThauvette.14.0AK 
ECUPJUL Tobias Oriwol,14,ESWIM 
CANJRJUL Douglas McQueen.14.G0 
CDSCAPR Chris Kargl-Simard.14.PDSA 
4:23.82 HYACKMAY Trevor Coulman.14,GOLD 
4:24.05 YOUTHMAY Michael Ruggiero,14,CAMO 
BCAGJUL Casey Ralph.14.IS 
AACAPR Robert McDow.14.RHAC 

12 4:26.88 YOUTHMAY Adam Martinson.14.CASC 

13 4:27.32 ONAGJUL Jonathan Long,14,LAC 
ONAGJUL Craig Partridge.14.GGST 
BCAGJUL Justin Ho.14.PDSA 
BCAGJUL MarcSze,14.PDSA 
ONAGJUL MattJohnston,14,MSSAC 
BCAGJUL Justin Pommerville,13,IS 
BCSRFEB Matthew Huang,14,PDSA 

ESWIMJUN AlexWatson,14,OSHAC 
LACMAY Thomas Senecal,14,NEW 
ONAGJUL Andrew Baier.14,COBRA 
BCAGJUL Greer Jacks,13,IS 
ONAGJUL Joe Bajcar,13,OAK 
ONAGJUL Sean Collins.14.TSC 
1500 METRES FREESTYLE 
Rec: 16:00.93 Alex Baumann.LUSC.79 

1 16:45.49 PQCUPMAR Olivier Gauthier.14,PP0 

2 16:52.97 NYACJAN Kyle Welsh,14,0AK 

3 17:03.88 ONAGJUL Steven Medaglia.14.GO 

4 17:06.97 YOUTHMAY Douglas McQueen.14.GO 

5 17:20.70 ABAGJUL Graeme Tozer,14,UCSC 

6 17:23.39 YOUTHMAY Mark Thauvette,14,0AK 

7 17:26.28 ONAGJUL Jonathan Long.14.LAC 

8 17:35.90 BCSRFEB Chris Kargl-Simard,14,PDSA 

9 17:37.13 BCAGJUL Casey Ralph.14.IS 

10 17:37.22 MSSACMAY Robert McDow.14.RHAC 

11 17:39.28 ONAGJUL Conrad Aach,14,ESWIM 

12 17:40.52 QC1MAY Tobias Oriwol,13,PCSC 

13 17:40.77 BCAGJUL Marc Sze.14.PDSA 

14 17:48.64 ESWIMJUN Matt Johnston,14,MSSAC 

15 17:56.89 BCAGJUL Justin Ho,14,PDSA 

16 18:04.25 MIDSJUL Joe Bajcar,13,OAK 

17 18:05.85 ESWIMJUN RyanAtkinson.14.LAC 
BCAGJUL Dario lsic,13,PDSA 

PQAAAJUL Nicolas Murray,13,DYNAM 



10 4:24.59 

11 4:26.86 



14 4:27.34 

15 4:27.37 

16 4:28.00 

17 4:28.21 

18 4:28.52 

19 4:30.58 

20 4:31.44 

21 4:31.66 

22 4:32.74 

23 4:32.92 

24 4:33.43 

25 4:34.23 



18 18:06. 

19 18:07.70 

20 18:09.03 

21 18:10.12 

22 18:14.28 

23 18:15.63 



ONAGJUL MarcMazzucco,13,ESWIM 
BCAGJUL Justin Pommerville,13,IS 
BCAGJUL Greer Jacks,13,IS 
ONAGJUL Sean Collins,14,TSC 



24 18:15.93 HYACKMAY Darryl RudolI.14.PDSA 

25 1 8:1 7.84 ESWIMJUN Gareth Chantler.1 3.0AK 
100 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec: 59.95 David Whang,ESWIM,98 

1 1:01.15 CANJRJUL Tobias Oriwol,14,ESWIM 

2 1:01.23 YOUTHMAY Kurtis Miller,13,SCAR 

3 1:02.67 ECUPJUL Martin Renaud.14.CNB 

4 1:03.23 RODJUN Trevor Coulman.14.GOLD 

5 1:03.72 YOUTHMAY Adam Martinson.14.CASC 

6 1:03.75 YOUTHMAY MaciekZielnik.14.EKSC 

7 1:03.92 ONAGJUL Douglas McQueen,14,G0 

8 1:04,24 ALDOMAY Ian Ford,14,OAK 
1:04.36 CANJRJUL Alexander Argento.14.PCSC 

ABAGJUL Devin Phillips,14,EKSC 
ECUPJUL Louis-D. Dionne,14,UL 
ONAGJUL Ryan Donally.14.WAC 
PQAAAJUL Kevin Bouchard,13,CNQ 
CDSCAPR Chris Kargl-Simard,14,PDSA 
EKSCAPR Zak Robart,14,CASC 
ONAGJUL Conrad Aach,14,ESWIM 
BRANTAPR Ryan Pallett,14,BRANT 
BCSRFEB Dan Petrik,14,SPART 
MSSACMAY llyaFloussov.HMSSAC 
BCAGJUL Mark Chiew,14,HYACK 
ONAGJUL RyanAtkinson.14.UC 
ONAGJUL Douglas Grodecki.14.HWAC 
RACERJAN Matthew Huang,13,PDSA 
ON1APR David Hinan,13,SCAR 
ABAGJUL GaelenAndrews.14.ASSA 



03.92 
04.24 
04.36 

10 1:04.67 

11 1:04.77 

12 1:05.17 

13 1:05.25 

14 1:05.55 

15 1:05.70 

16 1:05.74 

17 1:05.82 

18 1:05.84 

19 1:05.89 

20 1:05.91 

21 1:06.15 

22 1:06.26 

23 1:06.48 

24 1:06.81 

25 1:07.05 
200 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec: 2:09.07 Tobias Oriwol,ESWIM,99 

1 2:09,07 CANJRJUL Tobias Oriwol,14,ESWIM 

2 2:14.34 ECUPJUL Kurtis Miller.13,SCAR 

3 2:16.28 YOUTHMAY Adam Martinson.14.CASC 

4 2:16.80 CANJRJUL Douglas McQueen.14.GO 

5 2:16.94 YOUTHMAY Trevor Coulman.14.G0LD 

6 2:18.57 ONAGJUL Conrad Aach,14,ESWIM 

7 2:18.59 YOUTHMAY Alexander Argento,14,PCSC 

8 2:18.95 YOUTHMAY Maciek Zielnik,14,EKSC 

9 2:19.49 ONAGJUL Douglas Grodecki.14.HWAC 

10 2:19.52 EKSCAPR Chris Kargl-Simard,14,PDSA 

11 2:19.56 PQAAAJUL Martin Renaud.14.CNB 

12 2:19.67 PQAAAJUL Kevin Bouchard.13.CNQ 

13 2:21.20 BCAGJUL Justin Pommerville,13,IS 

14 2:21,43 EOSAJUN Steven Medaglia,14,GO 

15 2:21.93 ALDOMAY Ian Ford.14.OAK 

16 2:22.21 QC1MAY Michael Ruggiero.14.CAMO 

17 2:22.31 ABAGJUL Devin Phillips.14.EKSC 

18 2:22.36 BCAGJUL Casey Ralph,14,IS 

19 2:22.40 ONAGJUL Ryan Donally.14.WAC 

20 2:22.74 ONAGJUL Ryan Atkinson,14,LAC 

21 2:22.98 MSSACMAY llya Floussov,14,MSSAC 

22 2:23.49 ONAGJUL Andrew Baier,14,COBRA 

23 2:23.84 EKSCAPR Zak Robart.14.CASC 

24 2:23.87 ON1APR David Hinan.13.SCAR 

25 2.23.95 KCSJUN Robert Nathan,14,IS 



100 METRES BREASTSTROKE 



Rec: 1 
1 
2 



3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 

16 1 

17 1 



04.53 Matthew Huang,POSA,99 
04.53 CANLCMAR Matthew Huang 
07.76 " 
09.37 
11.29 
12.41 
12.78 
13.25 



PDSA 

CANLCMAR Michael Brown,14,PERTH 
ONAGJUL Scott Dickens,14,BRANT 
ONAGJUL Jamie Del Mastro,14,USC 
ECUPJUL Kevin Rioux,14,CARAT 
ONAGJUL Jonathan Tung,14,MAC 
PQAAAJUL Louis-D. Dionne,14,UL 

13.53 PQCUPMAR Olivier Gauthier,14,PP0 

13.79 EKSCAPR Brandon Grove.13,EDSON 
ONAGJUL Phillip Levert,14,NKB 

PQAAAJUL Simon Lelendre.13.SHER 
14.31 MSSACMAY llya Floussov,14,MSSAC 
14.38 ON1APR MarkPariselli.HNYAC 
14.38 YOUTHMAY Ronald Chung,14,CHENA 
14.47 ABAGJUL Chase Reid,13,CASC 
14.50 PQAAAJUL Andre Champagne,14,SAMAK 
15.07 YOUTHMAY Mark Chiew,14,HYACK 
15.25 BRANTAPR Mauricio Montano.14,MSSAC 
15.50 ONAGJUL Warren Barnes,14,PICK 

15.54 QC1MAY Derek Bitar,14,PCSC 

15.76 BCAGJUL Brendan Robertson,13,HYACK 

15.80 BCAGJUL Ben Keast,14,HYACK 

15.87 ONIIIAPR David McKechnie,13,CYC 

15.88 EKSCAPR Robert Slarratt,14,CASC 
15.99 ONAGJUL Michael Chu,14,CHAMP 



14.09 

14.29 



200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec: 2:19.95 Matthew Huang,PDSA,99 

1 2:19.95 CANLCMAR Matthew Huang.14.PDSA 

2 2:29.59 CANLCMAR Michael Brown,14,PERTH 

3 2:31.08 ONAGJUL Scott Dickens.14,BRANT 

4 2:32.70 ONAGJUL Jamie Del Maslto.14.USC 

5 2:34.43 YOUTHMAY Steven Medaglia,14,G0 

6 2:35.89 ONAGJUL Conrad Aach,14,ESWIM 

7 2:39.64 PQAAAJUL Kevin Rioux,14,CARAT 

8 2:39.70 ESWIMJUN Mark Pariselli.14.NYAC 

9 2:39.72 QC1MAY Dominic Pelletier.14.UL 

10 2:39.80 BCAGJUL Mark Chiew,14,HYACK 

11 2:41.44 QC1MAY Andre Champagne,13,SAMAK 

12 2:41.87 ESWIMJUN Jonathan Tung,14,MAC 

13 2:42.19 PQAAAJUL Louis-D. Dionne,14,UL 

14 2:42.21 ABAGJUL Brandon Grove,13,EDSON 

15 2:42.66 DDOJUN Tobias Oriwol.14.PCSC 

16 2:42.72 ONAGJUL Gareth Chantler,13,OAK 

17 2:42.95 CDSCAPR Chris Kargl-Simard,14,PDSA 

18 2:43.38 ESWIMJUN Warren Barnes,14,PICK 

19 2:43.98 MSSACMAY llya Floussov,14,MSSAC 

20 2:44.32 BRANTAPR Mauricio Montano,14,MSSAC 
PQAAAJUL Olivier Andre.14.CAM0 

ONAGJUL Matthew Bento.13.LAC 
ABAGJUL Cameron Lavalley.14,CASC 
ABAGJUL Marcus Greenshields,14,RDCSC 
ABAGJUL Chase Reid,13,CASC 



21 2:44.80 

22 2:45.41 

23 2:45.43 

24 2:45.97 

25 2:46.11 

100 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec: 57.45 Philip Weiss.SKSC.94 

1 1:01.06 ONAGJUL Steven Medaglia.14.GO 

2 1:01.08 ONAGJUL Douglas McQueen.14.G0 

3 1:01.79 ECUPJUL Louis-D. Dionne.14.UL 

4 1:02.32 MBSKJUL Trevor Coulman,14.GOLD 

5 1 :02.80 ONAGJUL Jamie Del Mastro.14,USC 

6 1:02.93 CDSCAPR Chris Kargl-Simard.14.PDSA 

7 1:03.07 ABAGJUL Graeme Tozer,14,UCSC 

8 1:03.21 CANJRJUL Taylor Graham,14,NCSA 

9 1:03.31 ABAGJUL Malcolm Lavoie,13,OSC 

10 1:03.62 BCSRFEB Matthew Huang,14,PDSA 

11 1:03.96 QCIIMAY Steve Desforges.13.CAG 

12 1:04.00 BCAGJUL William Johnson.14.PDSA 

13 1:04.10 ESWIMJUN Alex Watson,14,OSHAC 

14 1:04.48 ONAGJUL Tristan Guerrero.14.SCAR 

15 1:04.51 ON1APRGoulomDatta.14.NYAC 

16 1:04.60 LACMAY Thomas Senecal.14.NEW 

17 1:04.65 ONAGJUL Kyle Mineque,14,CREST 

18 1:04.66 ABAGJUL Marcus Greenshields,14,RDCSC 

19 1:04.74 HYACKMAY Darryl Rudolf .14.PDSA 

20 1:05.05 NBLCMAY Alex St-Onge,14,NES 

21 1:05,07 MBSKJUL Andrew Metralfe.14.PPSC 

22 1:05.09 QCIIMAY Dan Wright,14,CNB 

23 1:05.19 ONAGJUL Alex Crampton,14,PERTH 

24 1:05.43 ALDOMAY Michael Ruggiero,14,CAMO 

25 1:05.45 MSSACMAY Andrew Baier,14,COBRA 
200 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec: 2:05.20 Philip Weiss.SKSC.94 

1 2:13.26 ONAGJUL Steven Medaglia.14.GO 

2 2:14.85 ONAGJUL Douglas McQueen.14.GO 

3 2:15.90 ABAGJUL Malcolm Lavoie,13,0SC 

4 2:16.33 EKSCAPR Chris Kargl-Simard,14,PDSA 

5 2:18.52 MBSKJUL Trevor Coulman.14.GOLD 

6 2:19.11 QC1 MAY Michael Ruggiero,14,CAMO 

7 2:19.42 QC1MAY Dominic Pelletier.1 4.UL 

8 2:19.48 CANJRJUL Taylor Graham.14.NCSA 

9 2:22.04 BCAGJUL William Johnson.14.PDSA 

10 2:22.18 ESWIMJUN Alex Watson,14.0SHAC 

11 2:22.46 ON1APR Thomas Senecal,14,NEW 

12 2:23.30 ONAGJUL Charlie Scott-Menser,14,TSC 

13 2:23.85 HYACKMAY Darryl Rudoll,14,PDSA 

14 2:23.86 FARWJUL Marc Sze,14,PDSA 

15 2:23.94 ONAGJUL Yuto Matsudaira,14,R0W 

16 2:24.37 ONAGJUL Jason Chan.14,T0RCH 

17 2:24.84 ESWIMJUN MarkThauvehe.14.OAK 

18 2:25.53 ONAGJUL Tristan Guerrero.14.SCAR 

19 2:26.13 NBLCMAY Alex SI-Onge,14,NES 

20 2:26,37 ONAGJUL Mart Johnston.14.MSSAC 

21 2:26.43 ABAGJUL Marcus Greenshields,14,RDCSC 

22 2:26,56 ONAGJUL Craig Partridge,14,GGST 

23 2:27,22 ONAGJUL Michael Pisarczyk,14,LAC 

24 2:27.28 PQAAAJUL Paul-A. Gelinas,14,CNT 

25 2:27.30 ON1APR Goutom Datta,14,NYAC 



200 METRES IND. MEDLEY 

Rec: 2:10.82 Philip Weiss,SKSC,94 

1 2:13.46 CANLCMAR Matthew Huang,14,PDSA 

2 2:14.04 ONAGJUL Steven Medaglia.14.G0 

3 2:14.39 ONAGJUL Tobias 0riwoT,14,ESWIM 

4 2:17.34 ECUPJUL Conrad Aach.14,ESWIM 

5 2:18,46 CDSCAPR Chris Kargl-Simard,14,PDSA 

6 2:18.75 ONAGJUL Jamie Del Mastro,14,USC 

7 2:20.71 HYACKMAY Trevor Coulman.14.GOLD 

8 2:20.73 ESWIMJUN Kurtis Miller,13,SCAR 

9 2:20.75 EOSAJUN Douglas McQueen,14,GO 

10 2:20.79 CANLCMAR Michael Brown,14,PERTH 

11 2:21.38 QC1MAY Dominic Peltetier.14.UL 

12 2:21.71 ECUPJUL Louis-D. Dionne.14.UL 

13 2:22.45 ONAGJUL Scott Dickens.14,BRANT 

14 2:22,50 CANJRJUL Taylor Graham.14.NCSA 

15 2:22.64 ISJUN Graeme Tozer.14.CASC 

16 2:23.33 ONAGJUL Douglas Grodecki,14.HWAC 

17 2:23.74 ONAGJUL Ryan Donally.14.WAC 

18 2:24.07 ISJUN Ivan Wong.14.PDSA 

19 2:24.32 PQAAAJUL Kevin Rioux,14,CARAT 

20 2:24.36 MSSACMAY Robert McDow,14,RHAC 

21 2:24.36 ALDOMAY Michael Ruggiero,14,CAMO 

22 2:24.57 ABAGJUL Marcus Greenshields,14,RDCSC 

23 2:24.73 ONAGJUL Mark Pariselli.1 4.NYAC 

24 2:24.82 MSSACMAY Andrew Baier,14,COBRA 

25 2:25.24 BRANTAPR Mark Thauvette,14,OAK 
400 METRES IND.MEDLEY 

Rec: 4:34,52 Alex Baumann,LUSC,79 

1 4:40.60 CANJRJUL Steven Medaglia,14,G0 

2 4:45,19 CANJRJUL Tobias 0riwol,14,ESWIM 

3 4:48.55 ONAGJUL Conrad Aach,14,ESWIM 

4 4:49.61 ONAGJUL Douglas McQueen.14.G0 

5 4:52.73 CDSCAPR Chris Kargl-Simard,14,PDSA 

6 4:53.98 CANJRJUL Graeme Tozer,14,UCSC 

7 4:56.36 BCSRFEB Matthew Huang.14.PDSA 

8 4:56.49 ONAGJUL Jamie Del Mastro.14.USC 

9 4:58.90 ESWIMJUN Scott Dickens,14,BRANT 

10 4:59.60 YOUTHMAY Trevor Coulman,14,GOLD 

11 5:01.73 YOUTHMAY Michael Ruggiero,14.CAMO 

12 5:02.91 ISJUN Ivan Wong.14.PDSA 

13 5:03.06 BCAGJUL Casey Ralph,14,IS 

14 5:05.47 ONAGJUL Andrew Baier,14,C0BRA 

15 5:05.66 MIDSJUL Mark Thauvette.14,OAK 

16 5:06.27 ABAGJUL Marcus Greenshields,14,RDCSC 

17 5:06.34 ONAGJUL Craig Partridge.14.GGST 

18 5:06.64 0N1APR Thomas Senecal.14.NEW 

19 5:06.87 ONIIAPR Michael Brown,14.PERTH 

20 5:08.96 EASTJUL Jamie Galvin,14,TCSC 

21 5:09.11 ONAGJUL Jonathan Long,14,LAC 

22 5:09.95 PQAAAJUL Kevin Bouchard,13,CNQ 

23 5:10.14 0N1APR Robert McDow.14.RHAC 

24 5:10.26 ONAGJUL Alex Crampton,14,PERTH 

25 5:10.89 ONAGJUL Mark Pariselli,14,NYAC 
4X50 MEDLEY RELAY 
Rec: 1:54.59 Etobicoke Swimming,ESWIM,9l 



1 


1:59.58 


CASCMAY 


Cascade Swim Club.CASC 


2 


2:00.68 


ONAGJUL 


Oakville AC.OAK 


3 


2:00.76 


ONAGJUL 


Etobicoke Swimming.ESWIM 


4 


2:01.42 


QC1MAY 


Poinle Claire SC.PCSC 


5 


2:01.54 


BCAGJUL 


HyackSwimClub.HYACK 


6 


2:02.29 


0N1APR 


Scarborough SCSCAR 


7 


2:02.29 


ABAGJUL 


Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 


8 


2:02.91 


ONIIAPR 


Perth Stingrays.PERTH 


9 


2:03.36 


ONAGJUL 


Newmarket SC.NEW 


10 


2:03.51 


BRANTAPR 


Mississauga AC.MSSAC 


11 


2:03.60 


ONAGJUL 


Hamilt-Wentworth AC.HWAC 


12 


2:03.62 


ONAGJUL 


Toronto Champs.CHAMP 


13 


2:04.21 


ONAGJUL 


Nepean Kanata.NKB 


14 


2:04.73 


BCAGJUL 


Pacific Dolphins.POSA 


15 


2:04.96 


ONAGJUL 


Cobra Swim Club.COBRA 


16 


2:05.17 


ON1APR 


Glouc-Ottawa Kingfish.GO 


17 


2:05.25 


PQAAAJUL 


CN Quebec.CNQ 


18 


2:05.41 


PQAAAJUL 


Montreal Aqualique.CAMO 


19 


2:05.70 


ONAGJUL 


London AC, LAC 


20 


2:06.82 


QC1MAY 


Univ.Laval Rouge & Or.UL 


21 


2:06.93 


ON1APR 


North York AC.NYAC 


22 


2:08.40 


ABAGJUL 


Nose Creek SA.NCSA 


23 


2:08.44 


ABAGJUL 


Olympian Swim Club.OSC 


24 


2:09.44 


BCAGJUL 


Island SwimmingJS 


25 


2:09.76 


ONAGJUL 


Region of Walerloo.ROW 



4X50 FREE RELAY 


Rec: 1 


42.23 Etobicoke Sw 


1 1 


43.25 


HYACKMAY 


2 1 


47.11 


BCAGJUL 


3 1 


47.46 


ONAGJUL 


4 1 


47.82 


BCAGJUL 


5 1 


48.22 


ABAGJUL 


6 1 


48.35 


ONAGJUL 


7 1 


48.66 


ONAGJUL 


8 1 


48.87 


QC1MAY 


9 1 


49.19 


ONAGJUL 


10 1 


49.76 


BRANTAPR 


11 1 


49.86 


ONAGJUL 


12 1 


50.22 


ONAGJUL 


13 1 


50.36 


BCAGJUL 


14 1 


50.48 


BRANTAPR 


15 1 


50.52 


ONAGJUL 


16 1 


50.72 


ON1APR 


17 1 


51.07 


0N1APR 


18 1 


51.84 


QC1MAY 


19 1 


52.03 


ONAGJUL 


20 1 


52,48 


EOSAJUN 


21 1 


52,50 


QC1MAY 


22 1 


52.62 


ABAGJUL 


23 1 


52.66 


BRANTAPR 


24 1 


52.83 


0N1APR 


25 1 


53.62 


QCIIMAY 



SWIMNEWS SEPTEMBER 1999 



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TOP AGE GROUP TIMES 



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January 1 to September 30, 1999 
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50 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 25 92 Laura Ntcholls,R0W,96 

1 26.57 CANLCAUG Chrissy MacAulay.16.ESWIM 

2 26.91 CANLCMAR Adrienne Karney,16,AAC 

3 27.02 CANLCAUG Jessie Bradshaw,15,UCSC 

4 27.30 CANLCAUG Natalie Kiegelmann,16,BTSC 

5 27.34 CANLCAUG Iris Elliott.17.KBM 

6 27.45 CANLCMAR Kaili Stewart,17,MANTA 

7 27.45 ECUPJUL Angela Catford,16,NEW 

8 27.51 MVNJUN Kelly OToole,16.EKSC 

9 27.55 CANLCAUG Samantha Pfaller.1 7.EYSC 

10 27.56 ECUPJUL Tanya Ng-Yuen,17,RHAC 

11 27.69 CANLCMAR Karley Stutzet.17.IS 

12 27.78 CANLCAUG Francine Ling,16,DELTA 

13 27.85 CANLCMAR Elizabeth Wyclitfe,15,EBSC 

14 27.86 HTACAPR Molly Seto.1 7.EAST 

15 27.86 ABAGJUL Michaela Schmidt,15,CASC 

16 27.92 QC1MAY Audrey Lacroix,15,CNQ 

17 27.93 ECUPJUL Kathryn Milligan,16,DD0 

18 27.96 0N1APR Jaime Theriault,17,G0 

19 27.97 CASCMAY Elizabeth Collins.16.R0D 

20 27.97 CANJRJUL Clare Gibbons.15,EYSC 

21 28.03 YOUTHMAY Laura Grant.15.G0LD 

22 28.04 PQCUPMAR Genevieve Gregoire.1 7.PCSC 

23 28.07 CANLCMAR Ashley Gibson,17,COBRA-TO 

24 28.07 UCSCJAN Heather Mclntosh,16.LEDUC 

25 28.07 LUSCMAY Jennifer Fratesi.1 5.SSMAC 
100 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 56.61 Shannon Shakespeare,MM,94 

1 58.35 CANLCMAR Kelly Slelanyshyn.16,PDSA 

2 58.44 CANLCAUG Jessie Bradshaw,15,UCSC 

3 58.85 CANLCMAR Kaili Stewart.1 7.MANTA 

4 58.96 YOUTHMAY Jennifer Fratesi,15,SSMAC 

5 59.06 CANLCAUG AdrianaKoc-Spadaro.15.PDSA 

6 59.07 CANLCMAR Ins Elliott.1 6.KBM 

7 59.14 QC1MAY Jennifer Carroll, 17.CAM0 

8 59.18 CANLCAUG Karley Stutzel.1 7.IS 

9 59.24 CANLCAUG Chrissy MacAulay.16,ESWIM 

10 59.31 CANLCAUG Elizabeth Collins.16,R0D 

11 59.32 CANLCAUG Megan Kinsella,1 7.UCSC 

12 59.38 CANLCMAR Tiffany Jones.1 7.IS 

13 59.41 ZAJACMAY Sara Alroubaie.1 7.MAMTA 

14 59.45 0N1APR Jaime Theriault,17,G0 

15 59.49 CANLCAUG Loren Sweny,17,NKB 

16 59.60 CANLCAUG Adrienne Karney,16,AAC 

17 59.75 CANJRJUL Catherine Dugas-Savoie,15,DYNAM 

18 59.80 ZAJACMAY Tamee Eberl,16,PDSA 

19 59.81 CANLCMAR Melanie Bouchard.16,CNB 

20 59.91 CANLCMAR Tai Van Peflen,15.IS 

21 59.92 CANJRJUL Merylie Giguere,1 7.EXCEL 

22 1:00.09 ECUPJUL Molly Seto,17,EAST 

23 1:00.12 PQCUPMAR Veronick Cullen.15.RCA 

24 1:00.16 BCAGJUL Kelsey Leckovic,15,PDSA 

25 1:00.20 ONAGJUL Kristen Bradley.15.NEW 



200 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 2:01.08 Jane Kerr,ESC,85 

CANLCMAR Jaime Theriault.1 7.GO 
CANLCMAR Tamee Ebert,15.PDSA 
CANLCAUG Karley Stutzel.17.IS 
CANLCMAR Danielle Bell,15,IS 
CANLCMAR Tiffany Jones,17,IS 
ZAJACMAY Carrie Burgoyne,17,MANTA 



2:04.90 
2:05.15 

3 2:05.61 

4 2:05.82 

5 2:06.62 

6 2:06.62 

7 2:06.85 

8 2:07.06 

9 2:07.21 

10 2:07.61 

11 2:07.89 

12 2:08.26 

13 2:08.32 

14 2:08.60 

15 2:08.69 

16 2:09.04 

17 2:09.20 

18 2:09.21 

19 2:09.55 

20 2:09.72 

21 2:09.93 

22 2.09.96 

23 2:10.07 

24 2:10.10 

25 2:10.12 



ZAJACMAY Kelly Ste!anyshyn,16,PDSA 
CANLCMAR Lindsay Beavers.1 7.STARS 
CANLCMAR Elizabeth Collins.16.R0D 
CANLCMAR Megan Kinsella.1 7.UCSC 
CANLCAUG Loren Sweny,17,NK8 
CANLCMAR Jolie Pun.16.BROCK 
CANLCMAR Krisly Cameron.17,GMAC 
ONAGJUL Krislen Bradley,15,NEW 
CANLCAUG Iris Elliott,1 7.KBM 
YOUTHMAY Jessie Bradshaw.1 5.UCSC 
ECUPJUL Cynthia Pearce,16,MSSAC-TO 
CANJRJUL Catherine Dugas-Savoie,15,DYNAM 
CANJRJUL AimeeBourassa,16,NKB 
QCIIMAY Merylie Giguere.1 7.EXCEL 
VIT11JUN Lucy MaeSmith.17,BBF 
CANLCAUG Tara Taylor,17.HYACK 
CANJRJUL Sienna 0uirk,16.FAST 
ZAJACMAY SaraAlroubaie,17,MANTA 
CANJRJUL Kaela Donohue.16,UCSC 



400 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 4:14.45 Donna McGinnis,ESC.86 

1 4:19.01 CANLCMAR Danielle Bell.15.IS 

2 4:19.88 CANLCMAR Lindsay Beavers.17,STARS 

3 4:20.62 ZAJACMAY Tamee Ebert,16,PDSA 

4 4:22.50 CANLCAUG Karley Stutzel.1 7.IS 

5 4:24.24 CANLCMAR Jaime Theriault,17,GO 

6 4:25.95 CANLCAUG Carrie Burgoyne,17,MANTA 

7 4:27.67 CANLCMAR Jolie Pun,16,BROCK 

8 4:28.51 ZAJACMAY Dale Colman.1 B.MSSAC-TO 

9 4:29.66 ECUPJUL Eun Keong Sung.16,NYAC-T0 

10 4:30.04 CANLCMAR Megan Kinsella,1 7.UCSC 

11 4:30.14 CANLCMAR Tiffany Jones.1 7,IS 

12 4:30.51 CANLCMAR Meghan Brown.15.PDSA 

13 4:30.81 ONAGJUL Kristy MacLennan,16,ESWIM 

14 4:30.97 ECUPJUL Cynthia Pearce,16,MSSAC-TO 

15 4:31.38 ZAJACMAY Sara Alroubaie.1 7.MANTA 

16 4:31.59 CANLCAUG Melissa La!lamme,17,UL 

17 4:31.92 CANJRJUL Sienna Quirk,16,FAST 

18 4:31.95 CANLCAUG Tara Taylor,17,HYACK 

19 4:32.31 ECUPJUL Jillian Coward.17,LAC 

20 4:32.52 YOUTHMAY Dominique Charron.15.PPO 

21 4:33.06 CHARLJUN Christen Johnson.17,UCSC 

22 4:33.46 CANJRJUL Aimee Bourassa,16,NKB 

23 4:34.76 ABAGJUL Shauna McNally.17.EKSC 

24 4:35.00 CANLCMAR Loren Sweny,16.NKB 

25 4:35.01 CANLCAUG Adriana Koc-Spadaro,15,PDSA 
800 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 8:39.19 Debbie Wurzburger,LYAC,85 

1 8:45.71 GBRGPMAY Tamee Ebert,16,PDSA 

2 8:49.91 CANLCMAR Lindsay Beavers.1 7.STARS 

3 8:51.12 CANLCMAR Danielle Bell.15.IS 

4 8:54.99 VIT11JUN Shannon MacRae,15,DDO 

5 9:00.55 CANLCAUG Karley Stutzel.1 7.IS 

6 9:03.34 CANLCMAR Dale Colman,17,MSSAC-TO 

7 9:03.73 ZAJACMAY Jamie Tannhauser,15,USA 

8 9:10.61 CANLCAUG Loren Sweny.17,NKB 

9 9:13.89 CANLCMAR Jolie Pun,16,BROCK 

10 9:14.57 EVANSJUL Carrie Burgoyne,17,MANTA 

11 9:17.61 CANLCAUG Tara Taylor,17,HYACK 

12 9:17.63 NYACJAN Eun Keong Sung,15,NYAC-TO 

13 9:20.28 NYACJAN Tara E. Sloan.17,PCSC 

14 9:20.74 NYACJAN Stephanie Hatt.1 5.G0 

15 9:20.78 CHARLJUN Christen Johnson, 17.UCSC 

16 9:21.02 ESWIMJUN Kristy MacLennan,16,ESWIM 

17 9:21.84 CANLCAUG Danielle Beland,15,GO 

18 9:22.50 CANJRJUL Sienna Quirk,16.FAST 

19 9:22.62 BCAGJUL Jennifer Tham,17,AQUA 

20 9:23.65 CANLCAUG Annie Lizotte,16,CNCB 

21 9:23.71 YOUTHMAY Dominique Charron.15.PPO 

22 9:24.92 NYACJAN Jaime Theriault.17.GO 

23 9:25.16 CANLCMAR Meghan Brown,15,PDSA 

24 9:25.90 CANJRJUL Alana Murphy.1 5.ESWIM 

25 9:27.17 ABAGJUL Shauna McNaHy,17,EKSC 
100 METRES BACKSTROKE 

02.14 Kelly Stefanyshyn.PDSA.99 

02.14 PAN99AUG Kelly Stefanyshyn.1 7.PDSA 

04.66 CANLCAUG Jennifer Fratesi,15.ROW 

05.55 CANLCMAR Kaili Stewart.1 7.MANTA 

05.64 CANLCAUG Jennifer Carroll,17,CAMO 

05.69 YOUTHMAY Amy Jacina, 1 5.G MAC 

05.83 CANLCAUG Shauna McNally,17,EKSC 

05.89 CANLCMAR Elizabeth Wychfte.l 5.EBSC 
06.55 ONAGJUL Jennifer Esford,15,ROW 

06.66 CANLCMAR Tracy Archer,16,ROD 

06.67 BCSRFEB Andrea Donohoe.16,CHENA 
06.79 CANLCMAR Sasha Taylor,16.PERTH 
06.83 ONAGJUL Jennifer Cooper,16,LAC 
07.03 CANJRJUL Julia Wright,17,UCSC 
07.39 CANLCMAR Kristen Schneider.17.R0D 
07.46 CANLCMAR Julie Cocks.16.UCSC 
07.63 CANLCMAR Shawna Bothwell,15,RDCSC 

17 1:07.71 ECUPJUL Kristen Bradley.1 5.NEW 

18 1:07.82 PQCUPMAR Genevieve Gregoire.1 7.PCSC 

19 1:07.83 ESWIMJUN Erin Dermody.16.HWAC 

20 1:07.84 QC1MAY MetanieFrigon.16.BBF 

21 1:07.99 BCAGJUL CaitlinMeredith.15.KCS 

22 1:08.09 ZAJACMAY Adriana Koc-Spadaro,15,PDSA 

23 1:08.18 ESWIMJUN Rachel Hoslord-E..15.HWAC 

24 1:08.33 ECUPJUL Samantha Pfaller.1 7.EYSC 

25 1:08.35 ECUPJUL Arianne Beauchamp,17,CAMO 
200 METRES BACKSTROKE 
Rec: 2:13.24 Kelly Stefanyshyn.PDSA.99 

2:13.24 PAN99AUG Kelly Stefanyshyn.1 7.PDSA 

2:18.05 CANLCAUG Shauna McNally,17.EKSC 

2:19.28 YOUTHMAY Jennifer Fratesi,15,SSMAC 

2:20.74 CANLCMAR Tracy Archer,16,R0D 
2:21 .46 ECUPJUL Melanie Frigon.1 7.BBF 

2:22.04 CANLCMAR Andrea Szewchuk,16,ESWIM 
2:22.21 ECUPJUL Lucy Mae Smith, 17.BBF 

2:22.63 CANLCMAR Elizabeth Wycliffe,15,EBSC 

9 2:22.94 ONAGJUL Jennifer Esford,15,ROW 

10 2:22.96 ESWIMJUN Erin Dermody,16,HWAC 

11 2:23.03 CANLCAUG Amy Jacina,15.GMAC 

12 2:23.04 ESWIMJUN Krislen Bradley,15,NEW 

13 2:23.15 ONAGJUL Jennifer Cooper,16,LAC 

14 2:23.24 CANLCMAR Julie Cocks,l6,UCSC 

15 2:23,24 ECUPJUL Stephanie Barbe,17,MAC 

16 2:23.94 CANLCMAR Jennifer Carroll.1 7.CAMO 

17 2:23.95 CANLCMAR Kristen Brawley,17.R0W 

18 2:24.13 CANJRJUL Julia Wright.17.UCSC 

19 2:24.41 CANLCMAR Shawna Bothwell.1 5.RDCSC 

20 2:24.41 BCSRFEB Andrea Donohoe,16,CHENA 

21 2:24.42 ESWIMJUN Dominique Kennedy.17.R0W 

22 2:24.88 CANJRJUL Arianne Beauchamp.17.CAM0 

23 2:25.25 CANLCMAR Sasha Taylof,16,PERTH 

24 2:25.28 CANJRJUL Chanell Chanon-W.,15,CAG 

25 2:25.36 CANJRJUL Adrienne Ford,16,YLSC 



Rec: 1 
1 

2 
3 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

6 1 

7 1 

8 1 

9 1 

10 1 
1 
1 



11 

12 
13 1 



15 1 

16 1 



100 METRES 

Rec: 1 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 

16 1 

17 1 



12.63 
12.69 
13.82 
14.28 
14.67 
15.44 
15.62 
15.64 
15 69 
15.75 
16.19 
16.25 
16.49 
16.61 
16.72 
16.76 
16.85 
16.94 
17.01 
17.13 
17.14 
17.16 
17.16 
17.22 
17 35 



200 METRES 

Rec: 2:27.27 

I 2:32.81 
2:37.52 
2:38.49 
2:39.57 
2:40.38 
2:4041 
2:40.73 

8 2:41.11 

9 2:41.33 

10 2:41.40 

II 2:41.68 

12 2:43.43 

13 2:43.74 

14 2:43.79 

15 2:43.87 

16 2:43.87 

17 2:43.93 

18 2:44.13 

19 2:44.14 

20 2:44.56 

21 2:44.87 

22 2:45.01 

23 2:45.11 

24 2:45.16 

25 2:45.27 
100 METRES 



Rec: 1 
1 1 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 

12 1 

13 1 



01.27 
02.42 
02.46 
02.49 
02.61 
0290 
03.47 
04.14 
04.27 
04.40 
04.56 
04.57 
04.58 
04.62 
04.72 
04,77 
04.82 
05.04 
05.20 
05.24 
05.26 
05.40 
05.51 
05.57 
05.61 
05 71 



200 METRES 

Rec: 2:11.26 



2:16.94 
2:17.43 

3 2:17.86 

4 2:19.46 

5 2:19.58 

6 2:19.91 

7 2:20.12 

8 2:20.93 

9 2:20.96 

10 2:21.13 

11 2:21.33 

12 2:21.80 

13 2:21.87 

14 2:22.16 

15 2:22.94 

16 2:23.08 

17 2:23.31 

18 2:23.38 

19 2:23.39 

20 2:23.46 

21 2:23.51 

22 2:23.85 

23 2:24.52 

24 2:24.89 

25 2:25.10 



BREASTSTROKE 

Allison Hrgson.EPS.88 
CANLCMAR Kristy Cameron,17,GMAC 
CANLCAUG Christy Anderson,16,STARS 
CANLCAUG Annamay Pierse,15,EKSC 
CANLCMAR Jenny Wear,17,VKSC 
CANLCAUG EmmaSpooner,16,NCSA 
PQCUPMAR Lucy MaeSmith,16,BBF 
CANLCMAR Devon Benoil,17,KCS 
ZAJACMAY Francine Ling,15,DELTA 
ECUPJUL Marie-C. Guilbert.16.BBF 
CANLCAUG Michelle Poirier.1 7.RDCSC 
CANLCAUG Kristen Bradley,16,NEW 
CANJRJUL Marieve De Blois,15,PP0 

MMAPR Carrie Burgoyne,17,MANTA 
RACERJAN Serena McGibbon.1 7.HYACK 
ECUPJUL Molly Seto,17,EAST 
CANLCMAR Isabelle Morasse,15.CNQ 
CANLCAUG MarcyEdgecumbe.15.PN 
ECUPJUL Shayna Burns,16,CHAMP 
CANLCAUG Trisha Lakatos.16.PCSC 
CANLCMAR Jennifer Jonusaitis.17,ESWIM 

FARWJUL Meghan Demchuk,15,R0D 
CANLCMAR Andree-Ann Leroy.17.NRST 
YOUTHMAY Alex Leziy-Miller,15,CHENA 

QCIIMAY Annie Lizotte,15,CNCB 
YOUTHMAY Danielle Gervais,15,NKB 
BREASTSTROKE 
Allison Higson,EPS,88 
CANLCMAR Kristy Cameron,17,GMAC 
CANLCAUG Christy Anderson,16,STARS 
CANLCMAR Annamay Pierse,15.EKSC 
CANLCAUG Joanna Lee,15,MSSAC-TO 
PQCUPJUL Lucy Mae Smith,17.BBF 
CANLCAUG EmmaSpooner,16,NCSA 
YOUTHMAY Marieve De Blois,15,CNTR 

ONAGJUL Kristen Bradley,15,NEW 
CANLCAUG MarcyEdgecumbe,15,PN 
CANJRJUL Trisha Lakatos,16,PCSC 
ECUPJUL Marie-C. Guilbert,16,BBF 
CANLCAUG Michelle Poirier.1 7.RDCSC 
CANLCAUG Carrie Burgoyne,17,MANTA 
CANJRJUL Alicia Jobse,16,MANTA 
CANLCMAR Annie Lizotte,15,CNCB 
BCSRFEB Serena McGibbon.1 7.HYACK 
ABAGJUL Lesley Williams,16,STSC 
NYACJAN Dena Durand.17.BR0CK 
CANLCAUG Andree-Ann Leroy,17.NRST 
ONAGJUL Heather Bell,15,BTSC 
ECUPJUL Shayna Burns,16,CHAMP 
ZAJACMAY Francine Ling,15,DELTA 
ECUPJUL Abbey Crooks,17.AAC 
NYACJAN Jennifer Jonusaitis.1 7.ESWIM 
YOUTHMAY Danielle Gervais,15,NKB 
BUTTERFLY 
Jessica Amey.UCSC.94 
GBRGPMAY Audrey Lacroix,15.CNQ 
CANLCMAR SaraAlroubaie.17,MANTA 
CANLCMAR Kelly Stefanyshyn,16,PDSA 
CANLCAUG Jennifer Fratesi,15,R0W 
CANLCAUG Michaela Schmidt,15.CASC 
CANLCMAR Elizabeth Collins,16,ROD 

NSAGJUN Molly Selo,17,EAST 
CANLCAUG Stephanie Barbe,16,MAC 
CANLCAUG Emily Aubie.16,BLAST 
CANLCMAR Melissa Hubley,17,EAST 
CANLCAUG Julie Unrau,16,PDSA 
PQCUPJUL Pamela Tung,17,MAC 
CANLCAUG Melissa Laflamme,17,UL 
CANLCMAR Carmen Barnett,17,MAC 
CANJRJUL Merylie Giguere,17,EXCEL 
ECUPJUL Kristy MacLennan,16.ESWIM 
CANLCMAR Christina Kubacki,17,MSSAC-T0 

ONAGJUL Lindsay Burton,15,NKB 
CANLCMAR Shona Patferson.1 7.C0BRA 
CANJRJUL Jessie Bradshaw.15.UCSC 
CANLCMAR Kelly OToole.16,EKSC 
CANLCAUG Nancy Gajos,15,ESWIM 
YOUTHMAY Natasha Renfro,15,PDSA 
YOUTHMAY Meghan Brown,15,PDSA 
CANLCMAR Melissa Martin,17,C0BRA-T0 
BUTTERFLY 
Jessica Deglaj.PDSA.98 
CANLCAUG Kristy MacLennan,16,ESWIM 
CANLCMAR Audrey Lacroix.15.CNQ 

ECUPJUL Eun Keong Sung,16,NYAC-T0 
CANLCAUG Julie Unrau,16,PDSA 
CANLCAUG Michaela Schmidt,15,CASC 
CANLCAUG Carrie Burgoyne,17,MANTA 
CANLCAUG Melissa Laflamme,17,UL 
CANJRJUL Julie Cocks.17.UCSC 
CANJRJUL Melissa Hubley,17.EAST 
CANLCAUG Lindsay Burton,15,NKB 
CANLCAUG Emily Aubie.16.BLAST 
CANLCMAR Sara Alroubaie.1 7.MANTA 
CANLCMAR Jaime Theriault.1 7.GO 
CANLCMAR Brigitta 0lson.16.UCSC 
ECUPJUL Molly Seto,17,EAST 
ONAGJUL Nancy Gajos,14,ESWIM 
CANLCAUG Loren Sweny,17,NKB 
PQCUPJUL Pamela Tung,17.MAC 
ECUPJUL Genevieve Frappier,15,EXCEL 
ONAGJUL Kristen Bradley,15,NEW 
CANLCAUG Stephanie Barbe,16,MAC 

STARJUN Leah Murrin,15,SJL 
CANLCAUG Danielle Beland.15.GO 
CANLCAUG Veronick Cullen.15,RCA 
YOUTHMAY Meghan Brown.15,PDSA 



200 METRES IND. MEDLEY 

Rec: 2:15.61 Nancy Sweetnam,LLSC,90 



2:17.52 CANLCAUG Kristen Bradley,16,NEW 
2:20.18 CANLCMAR Kristy Cameron,17,GMAC 
2:20.70 CANLCAUG Andree-Ann Leroy,17,NRST 
2:21.20 BCSRFEB Kelly Slelanyshyn,16,PDSA 
2:22.19 CANLCAUG Carrie Burgoyne.1 7.MANTA 
2:22.29 CANLCAUG Lucy Mae Smith.1 7.BBF 
2:22.80 CANLCAUG Jennifer Fralesi,15,R0W 
2:23.60 CANLCMAR Shauna McNally,17,EKSC 
2:23.88 CANLCMAR SaraAlroubaie,17,MANTA 
CANLCAUG Emily Aubie,16,BLAST 
CANLCMAR Jenny Wear,17,VKSC 

QC1MAY Jennifer Carroll.1 7.CAMO 
ZAJACMAY Kaili Slewart,17,MANTA 
ESWIMJUN Jenneler Brankovsky.17.EYSC 
ECUPJUL Eun Keong Sung,16,NYAC-TO 
ECUPJUL Molly Seto.17.EAST 
CANJRJUL Michaela Schmidt,15,CASC 
ESWIMJUN Kristy MacLennan,16,ESWIM 
CANJRJUL Chanell Charron-W„15,CAG 
CANLCAUG Marieve DeBlois,15,PP0 
CANLCAUG Melissa Laflamme,17.UL 
CANLCAUG Michelle Poirier.1 7.RDCSC 
BCAGJUL Julie Unrau,16,PDSA 
CANJRJUL Merylie Giguere,17,EXCEL 
ZAJACMAY Francine Ling,15,DELTA 



10 2:24.11 

11 2:24.41 

12 2:24.43 

13 2:24.65 

14 2:24.80 

15 2:25.13 

16 2:25.46 

17 2:25.85 

18 2:25.90 

19 2:25.92 

20 2:26.26 

21 2:26.39 

22 2:26.51 

23 2:26.63 

24 2:27.07 

25 2:27.30 



400 METRES IND. MEDLEY 

Rec: 4:47.62 Nancy Sweetnam,LLSC91 

1 4:52.18 CANLCAUG Kristen Bradley,16,NEW 

2 4:55.03 CANLCAUG Carrie Burgoyne.1 7.MANTA 

3 4:57.63 ECUPJUL Eun Keong Sung.16,NYAC-T0 

4 4:57.94 SCSCJUN Kelly Ste(anyshyn,16,PDSA 

5 5:02.04 CANLCAUG Shauna McNally,17,EKSC 

6 5:02.33 CANLCAUG Emily Aubie,16,BLAST 

7 5:03.40 CANLCMAR Andree-Ann Leroy,17,NRST 

8 5:05.15 CANLCMAR Melissa Laflamme,16,UL 

9 5:05.69 ECUPJUL Genevieve Frappier,15,EXCEL 

10 5:07.46 PQCUPJUL Stephanie Barbe.1 7.MAC 

11 5:07.46 CANLCAUG Andrea Szewchuk,16,ESWIM 

12 5:08.06 CANLCMAR Julie Cocks,16,UCSC 

13 5:08.13 CANLCMAR Brigitta Olson,16,UCSC 

14 5:08.55 CANJRJUL Chanell Charron-W.,15,CAG 

15 5:09.80 CANLCAUG Elizabeth Collins.1 6.ROD 

16 5:09,85 ESWIMJUN Jenneler Brankovsky.1 7.EYSC 

17 5:10.01 CANLCMAR Kristy MacLennan.16.ESWIM 

18 5:10.25 YOUTHMAY Leah Schaab,15.UCSC 



19 5:10.38 

20 5:10.45 

21 5:10.65 

22 5:10.82 

23 5:11.33 

24 5:12.42 

25 512 97 
4X50 MEDLEY RELAY 
Rec: 1:59.20 Pt-Claire.PCSC.76 

ABAGJUL Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 



ESWIMJUN Julie Babin,16,ESWIM 
0N1APR Lindsay Beavers,17,STARS 
ECUPJUL Susie Nieder,17,ESWIM 
BCSRFEB Michaela Schmidt,15,CASC 
BCAGJUL Danielle Bell,16,IS 
BCSRFEB Julie Unrau.16,PDSA 
ONAGJUL Lindsay Burfon.15.NKB 



2:04.38 

2:05.26 YOUTHMAY Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 

2:05.34 YOUTHMAY Calgary Swimming.UCSC 
2:05.66 ESWIMJUN East York SC.EYSC 

2:05.73 YOUTHMAY Pointe Claire SC.PCSC 



2:05.83 ONAGJUL Newmarket SC.NEW 

2:06.16 ECUPJUL Montreal Aquatique.CAMO 

8 2:06.21 ECUPJUL Etorjicoke Swimming.ESWIM 

9 2:06.58 ONAGJUL Toronto Champs.CHAMP 

10 2:06.62 QC1MAY CN Quebec.CNQ 

11 2:06.73 BCAGJUL Pacific Dolphins.PDSA 

12 2:07.07 ECUPJUL Ajax Aquatic Club.AAC 

13 2:07.61 UCSCJAN Cascade Swim Club.CASC 

14 2:07.80 RODJUN Regina Opt.Dolphins.ROD 

15 2:08.19 ONAGJUL Uxbridge SC.USC 

16 2:08.36 ABAGJUL Red Deer Catalina SC.RDCSC 

17 2:08.37 ESWIMJUN Markham AC.MAC 

18 2:08.74 QC1MAY Beaconsfield Bluelins.BBF 

19 2:09.17 ONAGJUL Oakville AC.OAK 

20 2:09.21 ONAGJUL Nepean Kanala.NKB 

21 2:09.39 ONAGJUL North York AC.NYAC 

22 2:09.90 ECUPJUL Scarborough Olympians.TORCH 

23 2:09.93 KCSJUN Chena Swim Club.CHENA 

24 2:09.99 ECUPJUL Univ.Laval Rouge & Or.UL 

25 2:10.09 ONAGJUL Region of Waterloo.ROW 
4X50 FREE RELAY 

Rec: 1 
1 1 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

12 1 

13 1 

14 1 

15 1 

16 1 

17 1 

18 1 

19 1 

20 1 

21 1 

22 1 

23 1 

24 1 

25 1 



49.00 Edm.Keyano,EKSC,87 

49.22 ECUPJUL Etobicoke Swimming.ESWIM 
50.74 YOUTHMAY Calgary Swimming.UCSC 

51 .24 YOUTHMAY Pacific Dolphins.PDSA 
51 .53 ONAGJUL Newmarket SC.NEW 

51.91 BCAGJUL Island Swimming.lS 
52.40 ECUPJUL Ajax Aquatic Club.AAC 

53.17 YOUTHMAY Manitoba Marlins.MM 

53.18 ESWIMJUN East York SC.EYSC 

53.25 YOUTHMAY Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 
53.69 ECUPJUL North York AC.NYAC 
53.74 EKSCAPR Cascade Swim Club.CASC 
54.47 ECUPJUL Montreal Aquatique.CAMO 

54.65 ONAGJUL Uxbridge SC.USC 

54.92 ABAGJUL Red Deer Catalina SC.RDCSC 

55.01 RODJUN Regina Opt.Dolphins.ROD 
55.14 QC1 MAY Dollard Swim Team.DDO 
55.20 POAAAJUL CN Quebec.CNQ 

55.23 ONAGJUL Nepean Kanata.NKB 
55.56 BCAGJUL Duncan Stingrays.RAYS 
55.76 ALDOMAY Oakville AC.OAK 

55.90 ESWIMJUN Toronto Champs.CHAMP 

56.13 QC1MAY Beaconsfield Bluelins.BBF 

56.37 POAAAJUL Pointe Claire SC.PCSC 

56.59 TBTMAY Mania Swim Club.MANTA 

56.66 ECUPJUL Milton Marlins.MMST 



26 



SWIMNEWS SEPTEMBER 1999 



TOP AGE GROUP TIMES 



slor the period (results received) 
January 1 to September 30, 1999 
TAG is financially supported by 
Swimming/Natation Canada. Compiled bySWIMNEWS 



1 999 LONG COURSE TAG 



swintco 

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1-800-661-7946 

BOYS 
15-17 



50 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 23.19 Yannick Lupien.GO,97 



23.67 ECUPJUL Matthew Rose.1 7.TRENT 
23.87 CANLCMAR Robbie Taylor,17.COBRA-TO 
23.95 CANLCMAR Tim Johnson.17,WAC 

24.11 CANLCMAR Sylvain Pelletier.1 7.UL 
24.20 ONtlAPR Adam Sioui,16,TD 
24.27 CANLCMAR Paul Wilkins,17,VKSC 
24.39 RACERJAN Brian Johns,1 6.RACER 
24.42 CANLCMAR Peter Szaflarski.17,BR0CK 
24.47 YOUTHMAY Daniel Pelrus,16,PDSA 

24.72 YOUTHMAY Jason Strelzow,17,PDSA 

24.73 CANLCAUG Cedric Lavergne,15,PP0 
24.79 CANLCMAR Justin Tisdali.1 7.PDSA 
24.81 CANLCMAR Sean Broadbent,17.WAC 
24.83 CANLCMAR Lee Rafta,16,UCSC 

24.83 ECUPJUL Bryan McGraw-Alcock,15,EAST 

24.84 CANLCMAR Andrew Amey,17,UCSC 
24.89 QC1MAY Kevin Monaghan,16,CNQ 

CANJRJUL Matthew Mains,17,WAAC 
ONAGJUL David Whang,15,ESWIM 
ONAGJUL Matthew Liberalore,16.ESWIM 
BCSRFEB Andrew Appleton,16,KAJ 
YOUTHMAY Bradley Vanderkam,16,LAC 
0N1APR Serge Loiselle,17,LUSC 

25.12 YOUTHMAY Gavin Regan,15,AAC 
25.15 ONAGJUL Andrew Bignell.15,SSMAC 

100 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 51.14 Yannick Lupien,CAGRA,96 

1 51.81 CANLCMAR Brian Johns.16,RACER 

2 52.07 CANLCMAR Robbie Taylor.1 7.C0BRA-T0 

3 52.26 ECUPJUL Matthew Rose,17,TRENT 

4 52.55 CANLCMAR Tim Johnson,17,WAC 

5 52.75 CANLCMAR Sylvain Pelletier.1 7.UL 

6 52.77 CHARLJUN Adam Sioui,17,TD 

7 52.80 CANLCMAR Peter Szaflarski.1 7.BR0CK 
52.87 CANLCAUG Justin Tisdall,17,PDSA 
53.02 CANLCAUG George Bovell.16,PPO 
53.39 YOUTHMAY Jason Strelzow.17.PDSA 
53.53 BCAGJUL Daniel Petrus,16,POSA 

53.58 CANLCAUG Paul Wilkins.17.VKSC 

53.59 CANLCAUG Sean Broadbenl.1 7.WAC 
ECUPJUL Borrey Kim,17,0SC 
ECUPJUL Bryan McGraw-Alcock.16.EAST 
ECUPJUL Chris Olynik,17,ESWIM 



24.89 
24.99 
25.03 
25.08 
25.09 
25.11 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

25 54.58 YOUTHMAY Nicolas Guillotte.15.CAMO 
200 METRES FREESTYLE 



53.95 
54.00 
54.14 

54.32 YOUTHMAY Chad Thomsen,16,EKSC 

54.33 CANJRJUL Cedric Sureau-L..15,PP0 
54.35 YOUTHMAY Cedric Lavergne.16.PP0 
54.37 ABAGJUL Lee Rarfa,16,UCSC 
54.43 ECUPJUL Chris Kula,16.CAJ 
54.46 YOUTHMAY Ian Grotkowski.17.CASC 
54.51 
54.51 



0N1APR Serge Loiselle,17.LUSC 
ONAGJUL Stelano Caprara,16,VAC 



Rec: 1 
1 1 
2 
3 



1 
1 

5 1 

6 1 

7 1 

8 1 

9 1 

10 1 

11 1 

12 1 

13 1 

14 1 

15 1 

16 1 

17 1 

18 1 

19 1 

20 1 

21 1 

22 1 

23 1 

24 1 

25 1 



51.09 Brian Johns.RACER.99 

5109 CANLCMAR Brian Johns,16.RACER 
53.84 CANLCAUG Justin Tisdall.17.PDSA 
55.40 CANLCMAR Tim Johnson,17,WAC 

ECUPJUL Chuck Sayao.16.MSSAC-TO 
CANJRJUL AdamSioui,17,TD 
56.52 CANLCMAR Peter Szaflarski.1 7.BR0CK 
56.75 YOUTHMAY Andrew Coupland,15.GO 
56.80 CANLCMAR Sylvain Pelletier.1 7.UL 

ECUPJUL Andrew Hurd,16.MSSAC-T0 
57 45 YOUTHMAY Terry Nathan, 16.IS 
57 48 ONAGJUL Chris Kula,16,CAJ 

ECUPJUL Bryan McGraw-Alcock,16,EAST 
CANLCAUG George8ovell.16.PP0 
57.97 YOUTHMAY Nicolas Guillotte,15.CAMO 

58.10 YOUTHMAY Borrey Kim.17.0SC 

58.16 CANLCMAR Mathew Swanton,17,ESWIM 
58.25 YOUTHMAY Cedric Lavergne,16,PP0 
58.89 CANLCAUG Brent OConnor.15.PDSA 
58.97 YOUTHMAY Daniel Petrus,16,PDSA 
59.22 CANJRJUL Cedric Sureau-L .15.PP0 
59.36 YOUTHMAY Andrew MacLusky.16,0AK 
59.43 YOUTHMAY Ian Grotkowski.17.CASC 
59.46 ONAGJUL John McErlain,16.MAC 

59.50 YOUTHMAY Chad Thomsen,16,EKSC 

59.51 YOUTHMAY Benjamin Petrieux,16,PP0 



55.54 
56.14 



57.89 
57 89 



400 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 3:55.37 Mark Johnston,BROCK,97 

1 3:58.06 CANLCAUG Andrew Hurd,16,MSSAC-T0 

2 3:58.46 CANLCMAR Brian Johns,16,RACER 

3 4:00.76 ECUPJUL Chuck Sayao,16,MSSAC-TO 

4 4:04.48 CANLCMAR Chad Murray,17,LASC 

5 4:05.83 CANLCAUG Brent 0'Connor,15,PDSA 

6 4:06.22 CANLCMAR Terry Nathan,16,IS 

7 4:07.08 CANLCMAR Mathew Swanton,17,ESWIM 

8 4:08.11 CANLCAUG Philippe Dubreuil.1 7.SHER 

9 4:08.87 CANLCMAR Jonathan Schjott.1 7.G0 

10 4:09.72 CANJRJUL Richard Cormack,17,GLEN 

11 4:09.73 RACERJAN Justin Tisdall.17,PDSA 

12 4:09.85 ONAGJUL Chris Kula,16,CAJ 

13 4:10.10 ECUPJUL Frederic Cayen,16.RCA 

14 4:10.24 YOUTHMAY Andrew Coupland,15,GO 

15 4:10.54 CANLCAUG Jason VanderSluis.1 7.BR0CK 

16 4:10.60 CANJRJUL Benjamin Petrieux,17,PP0 

17 4:11.13 YOUTHMAY Nicolas Guillotte,15,CAMO 

18 4:11.37 CANLCAUG Elliot MacDonald,16,MANTA 

19 4:12.08 ONAGJUL Kurtis MacGillivary,15,BRANT 

20 4:12.24 ECUPJUL Keith Beavers,16,STARS 

21 4:12.81 CANLCMAR David Creel.1 7.VKSC 

22 4:13.36 CANLCMAR Robbie Stanger,17,0SC 

23 4:13.52 CANJRJUL Jerome Le Siege,15,LAVAL 

24 4:13.76 ECUPJUL John McErlain,16,MAC 

25 4:14.48 CANLCMAR Michel Tremblay.17,CNCB 
1500 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 15:24.45 Harry Taylor.EKSC,86 

1 15:30.30 CANLCAUG Andrew Hurd,16,MSSAC-T0 

2 15:55.51 CANLCMAR Chuck Sayao,16,MSSAC-T0 

3 16:05.76 ECUPJUL Philippe Dubreuil.17.SHER 

4 16:07.14 CANLCMAR Jesse Jacks,16,IS 

5 16:08.75 CANLCAUG Chad Murray,17,LASC 

6 16:16.67 YOUTHMAY Brent 0'Connor,15,PDSA 

7 16:21.00 YOUTHMAY Terry Nathan,16,IS 

8 16:24.30 BCSRFEB Brian Johns,16,RACER 

9 16:31.23 CANLCMAR David Creel.1 7.VKSC 

10 16:32.32 CANLCMAR Jason VanderSluis,17,BR0CK 

11 16:33.41 CANLCMAR Robbie Stanger,17,OSC 

12 16:34.70 YOUTHMAY Elliot MacDonald,16,MANTA 

13 16:36.82 CANLCMAR Mathew Swanton,17,ESWIM 

14 16:40.54 ECUPJUL Brian Galardo,17,DDO 

1 5 1 6:41 .07 CANJRJUL Jerome Le Siege.1 5.LAVAL 

16 16:42.29 CANLCAUG Olivier Gauthier,15,PPO 

17 16:42.97 YOUTHMAY Kurtis MacGillivary,15.BRANT 

18 16:46.69 CANLCMAR KarimAbdulla.15.ROD 

19 16:47.54 ZAJACMAY Colin Halford,17,CASC 

20 16:50.51 YOUTHMAY Benjamin Petrieux,16,PPO 

21 16:51.09 RACERJAN Josh Kube,17,IS 

22 16:52.57 ECUPJUL Frederic Cayen,16,RCA 

23 16:54.56 YOUTHMAY Don Nicholson,16,TSUN 

24 16:54.86 CANLCMAR Garreth Barker.1 7.RACER 

25 16:55.44 YOUTHMAY Bryan McMillan,16,GMAC 
100 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec: 56.49 MarkTewksbury,UCSC,85 



CANLCAUG Stephen Preston.17.MAC 
CANLCAUG Francois Castonguay,16,PP0 

ECUPJUL Matthew Rose.1 7.TRENT 
CANLCAUG Benoit Banville-A..16,MEGO 
CANLCMAR Robbie Taylor,17.COBRA-TO 
ONAGJUL Stefano Caprara,16,VAC 
SCSCJUN Brian Johns,16,RACER 
ABAGJUL Daniel Ducheck,17,UCSC 
ONAGJUL David Whang,15,ESWIM 
YOUTHMAY Craig Gillis,1 6.CASC 
67 CANLCAUG George Bovell,16,PPO 
.80 ECUPJUL Bryan McMillan,17,GMAC 
ECUPJUL Chuck Sayao,16,MSSAC-TO 
ECUPJUL Chris Olynik,17,ESWIM 
YOUTHMAY Bradley Vanderkam,16,LAC 
CANLCMAR Niels Versfeld.1 7.FMSC 
CANJRJUL Doug McCarthy,17,GO 
ONAGJUL Chris Kula,16,CAJ 
ESWIMJUN Doug Fleming,17,0DSC 

ECUPJUL Remy Di Giovanni,16,MSSAC 
YOUTHMAY Richard Cormack,17,GLEN 
YOUTHMAY Jason Strelzow,17,PDSA 
CANJRJUL Trevor Coulman,15,GOLD 
CANJRJUL Andrew Greener,15,ESWIM 
0N1APR Jonathan Schjott,17,G0 



58. 
58.72 
59.09 
59.25 
59.46 
59.71 
00.14 
00.39 
00.50 
.61 



.83 
01 06 
01.08 
01.22 
01.39 
01.45 
01.54 
01.56 
01.58 
01.67 
01.72 
01.73 
01.80 



200 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec: 2:01 .79 Chris Renaud,UCSC,94 

1 2:05.19 PAC99AUG Chuck Sayao,16,MSSAC-TO 

2 2:05.24 CANLCAUG Stephen Preston.1 7.MAC 

3 2:07.30 YOUTHMAY Francois Caslonguay,16,PP0 

4 2:07.54 CANLCMAR Jonathan Schjott.1 7,GO 

5 2:08.04 CANLCAUG Benoit Banville-A.,16,MEG0 

6 2:09.70 CANLCAUG George Bovell,16,PPO 

7 2:09.79 ABAGJUL Daniel Ducheck,17.UCSC 

8 2:10.08 RODJUN Ciaran Dickson,15,ROD 

9 2:10.37 YOUTHMAY Andrew Coupland,15,G0 

10 2:10.85 CANJRJUL Craig Gillis,16,CASC 

11 2:11.19 CANJRJUL Andrew Greener,15,ESWIM 

12 2:11.55 YOUTHMAY Chris Kula,16,CAJ 

13 2:11.55 ONAGJUL Kurtis MacGillivary ,1 5.BRANT 

14 2:12.13 YOUTHMAY Keith Beavers,16,STARS 

15 2:12.20 ON1APR Rodrigo Diaz,17,G0 

16 2:12.28 CANJRJUL Richard Cormack,17,GLEN 

17 2:12.44 YOUTHMAY Charles Turanich-N..15,STSC 

18 2:12.61 ECUPJUL Remy Di Giovanni,16,MSSAC 

19 2:12.69 NYACJAN David Whang,15,ESWIM 

20 2:12.86 ONAGJUL Stelano Caprara,16,VAC 

21 2:12.86 ECUPJUL Olivier Mathieu,16,HIPPO 

22 2:13.11 CANJRJUL KyleNartz.15.PN 

23 2:13.71 ECUPJUL Aaron Maszko,17,TRENT 

24 2:13.93 CANLCAUG Niels Verstetd.1 7.FMSC 

25 2:14.16 CANJRJUL William Moore,17,HWAC 



100 METRES BREASTSTROKE 



Rec: 1 
1 
2 



02.53 Morgan Knabe,UCSC,99 
02.53 CANLCMAR Morgan Knabe,17,UCSC 
" CANLCAUG Matthew Huang,15,PDSA 
CANLCAUG Chad Thomsen,16.EKSC 
YOUTHMAY Michael Brown,15,PERTH 
CANLCMAR Lee Raffa,16,UCSC 
CANLCAUG John Bartlet,17,NEW 
Sebe,17,CREST 
CANLCMAR Cameron Charlton,17,TAT 
CANLCMAR Matthew Mains,17,WAAC 
CANLCMAR Adam Taschereau-C.,17,SHER 
CANLCAUG David Montpetit,17,PPO 
CANLCAUG Keith Beavers,16,STARS 
YOUTHMAY Brian Verigin.15,PGB 
YOUTHMAY Andrew Sweet,17,PGB 
.18 YOUTHMAY Alex Boulanger,16,CNQ 
08.37 ECUPJUL Jean-F. Collin,16,CNOTY 
ECUPJUL Richard Hui,16,RHAC 
ECUPJUL Louis-P. Delorme.16.MEGO 
08.68 CANLCMAR Michael Weber,17,MM 
08.77 YOUTHMAY Adam Ferguson,16,MWC 
08.84 ECUPJUL Guillaume Blais,17,UL 
08.90 YOUTHMAY Keegan Harris,16,NKB 
09.12 ECUPJUL Benoit Dalpe,16,HIPPO 
09.46 CANJRJUL Brett Levert,16,NKB 



03.97 
04.99 
06.18 
06.23 
06.25 
06.70 CANLCMAR 
07.38 
07.44 
07.71 
07.71 
07.89 
08.02 
08.16 



08 45 
08 62 



09.81 PQAAAJUL Francois Hudon,17,CNQ 

200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec: 2:15.45 Morgan Knabe,UCSC,99 

1 2:15.45 CANLCMAR Morgan Knabe,17,UCSC 

2 2:17.88 CANLCAUG Matthew Huang,15,PDSA 

3 2:20.72 CANLCAUG Keith Beavers,16,STARS 

4 2:22.61 CANLCAUG John Bartlet,17,NEW 

5 2:22.68 CANLCMAR Arpad Sebe,1 7.CREST 

6 2:23.06 YOUTHMAY Chad Thomsen,16,EKSC 

7 2:24.14 CANLCMAR Adam Taschereau-C.,17,SHER 

8 2:25.50 YOUTHMAY Michael Brown,15,PERTH 

9 2:26.48 CANLCMAR Matthew Mains,17,WAAC 

10 2:26.51 CANLCMAR Lee Raffa,16,UCSC 

11 2:26.84 CANLCMAR Cameron Charlton,17,TAT 

12 2:26.94 CANLCAUG David Montpetit,17,PPO 

13 2:26.95 CANLCAUG Jean-F. Collin,16,CN0TY 

14 2:28.03 YOUTHMAY Brian Verigin,15,PGB 

15 2:28.06 " " 

16 2:28.49 

17 2:28.88 

18 2:29.08 

19 2:29.15 

20 2:29.18 

21 2:29.81 

22 2:31.39 

23 2:31.58 

24 2:31.87 

25 2:32.77 

100 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec: 54.50 Adam Sioui,TD,99 



CANJRJUL Ken Hamilton,16,IS 
CANLCMAR Michael Weber,17,MM 
CANJRJUL Keegan Harris,16,NKB 
YOUTHMAY Alex Boulanger,16,CNQ 
ECUPJUL Michael Penney,17,GMAC 
ECUPJUL Chuck Sayao,16,MSSAC-TO 
ECUPJUL Daniel Tracy,15,USC 
CASCMAY Andrew Sweet,17,PGB 
YOUTHMAY Adam Ferguson,16,MWC 
ESWIMJUN Chris Keung.1 7.SCAR 
ECUPJUL Bill Parker,16,GMAC 



CANLCAUG AdamSioui,17,TD 
CANLCMAR Niels Versfeld.1 7.FMSC 
CANLCMAR Jesse Jacks,16JS 
CANLCAUG Benoit Banville-A..16,MEGO 
CANLCMAR Stephen Preston,17,MAC 
YOUTHMAY Bradley Vanderkam,16,LAC 
BCAGJUL Brian Johns,16,RACER 
RACERJAN Tyler Weiss,17,HYACK 
ECUPJUL Borrey Kim,17,OSC 
CANLCMAR Andrew Amey,17.UCSC 
58.48 YOUTHMAY Andy White,16,EAST 
58.71 CANLCAUG Andrew Dragunas,17,PCSC 
58.77 YOUTHMAY Cedric Lavergne,16,PPO 
58.87 YOUTHMAY Karim Abdulla,16.ROD 
ABAGJUL Marin McGinnis,17,STSC 
ECUPJUL Matthew Rose.17,TRENT 
59.20 MSSACMAY Mark Look-Yan.17,MSSAC 
59.30 CANJRJUL Chris 0lynik,17,ESWIM 
CANLCAUG David Rose,17,ROW 
CANLCAUG Paul Wilkins.17,VKSC 
PQCUPJUL Kevin Monaghan.16.CNQ 
ONAGJUL Mark Sy,16,CREST 
ECUPJUL Jean-F. Boucher,15,PHENX 
59.50 YOUTHMAY Nick Langan,17,SCAR 
59.62 YOUTHMAY Steven Demchuk.17,ROD 



54.50 
56.72 
56.94 
57.25 
57.47 
57.48 
57.85 
58.28 
58.34 
58.4 



58.95 
59.02 



59.36 
59.36 
59.40 
59.45 
59.4 



200 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec: 2:00.78 Peter Ward.CDSC.f 



2:00.84 PAC99AUG Adam Sioui,1 7.TD 

2:05.81 YOUTHMAY Brian Johns,16,RACER 

2:06.98 CANLCMAR Niels Versteld,17,FMSC 

2:07.44 CANLCMAR Jesse Jacks,16.IS 

2:07.65 YOUTHMAY Benoit Banville-A.,16,MEGO 

2:07.76 CANLCMAR David Rose,17,ROW 

2:08.14 YOUTHMAY Karim Abdulla.16,ROD 

2:08.23 CANLCMAR Andrew Dragunas.17.PCSC 
2:08.69 ABAGJUL Marin McGinnis.17,STSC 

2:08.97 CANLCMAR Brent 0'Connor,15,PDSA 

2:09.02 CANJRJUL Andy White,17,EAST 

12 2:09.24 YOUTHMAY Jean-S. Savard,17.CNJA 

13 2:10.24 RACERJAN Tyler Weiss.1 7.HYACK 

14 2:10.41 CANLCMAR Kevin Monaghan.16.CNQ 

15 2:10.62 ONAGJUL Mark Sy,16,CREST 

16 2:10.67 CANJRJUL Francois Castonguay,16,PP0 

17 2:11.36 PQCUPMAR Michel Tremblay,17.CNCB 
2:11.73 YOUTHMAY Andrew Coupland,15,G0 
2:1 1 .77 CANLCAUG John Bartlet.1 7.NEW 
2:11.83 YOUTHMAY Thierry Bannon,16,SAMAK 
2:11.92 ALDOMAY Charle-O. Cousineau,17,ELITE 
2:11.93 YOUTHMAY Borrey Kim,17.0SC 
2:12.17 ECUPJUL Jean-F. Boucher,15,PHENX 
2:12.55 CANJRJUL Craig Gtllis.1 6.CASC 
2:12.85 ECUPJUL Jordan Chittley.16.NYAC 



200 METRES IND. MEDLEY 

Rec: 2:02.78 Alex Baumann,LUSC,81 

2:04.61 CANLCMAR Brian Johns,16,RACER 

2:07,83 CANLCAUG George Bovell,16,PP0 

2:08.29 CANLCAUG David Rose,17,ROW 

2:08.64 CANLCMAR Arpad Sebe,17,CREST 

2:10.08 CANLCMAR Chad Murray,17,LASC 



2:10.78 YOUTHMAY Andrew Coupland,15,G0 

2:10.82 YOUTHMAY Keith Beavers,16,STARS 

8 2:11.25 ZAJACMAY Chuck Sayao,16,MSSAC-T0 

9 2:11.37 CANLCMAR Francois Castonguay,16,PPO 

10 2:11.42 CANLCMAR Andre Couturier,17,NES 

11 2:12.01 YOUTHMAY Chad Thomsen,16,EKSC 

12 2:12.25 YOUTHMAY Brian Verigin,15,PGB 

13 2:13.14 ONAGJUL Kurtis MacGillivary,15,8RANT 

14 2:13.28 BCAGJUL Matthew Huang,15.PDSA 

15 2:13.28 CANJRJUL Andy Whi!e,17,EAST 

16 2:13.80 YOUTHMAY Ken Hamilton,16.IS 

17 2:13.83 ECUPJUL John Bartlet.17.NEW 

18 2:13.93 CANJRJUL Richard Cormack,17,GLEN 

19 2:14.05 ECUPJUL Devon Ackroyd,15,SCAR 

20 2:14.18 CANJRJUL Craig Gil1is,1 6.CASC 

21 2:14.56 YOUTHMAY Terry Nathan.1 6 JS 

22 2:14.72 CANLCMAR Cameron Charlton,17,TAT 

23 2:14.77 CANLCAUG Alex Boulanger.17.CNQ 

24 2:14.79 PQAAAJUL Frederic Cayen,16,RCA 

25 2:14.81 ZAJACMAY Daniel Ducheck,17,UCSC 
400 METRES IND. MEDLEY 

Rec: 4:22.39 Alex Baumann,LUSC,81 

1 4:24.03 CANLCAUG Chuck Sayao,16,MSSAC-TO 

2 4:29.36 CANLCAUG Chad Murray.1 7.LASC 

3 4:33.64 CANLCAUG David Rose,17,ROW 

4 4:33.64 ECUPJUL Keith Beavers,16,STARS 

5 4:33.90 CANLCAUG Francois Castonguay,16,PPO 

6 4:34.88 ZAJACMAY Brian Johns,16,RACER 

7 4:35.54 CANLCMAR Arpad Sebe,17,CREST 

8 4:37.31 YOUTHMAY Andrew Coupland,15,GO 

9 4:37.78 PQCUPMAR Michel Tremblay.17.CNCB 

10 4:40.32 CANLCMAR Terry Nathan,16,IS 

11 4:40.69 CANLCMAR Andre Coulurier.17.NES 

12 4:43.50 ECUPJUL John Bartlet,17,NEW 

13 4:43.99 YOUTHMAY Chad Thomsen.16.EKSC 

14 4:44.67 YOUTHMAY Ken Hamillon,16,IS 

15 4:44.67 ONAGJUL Kurtis MacGillivary,15,BRANT 

16 4:44.79 YOUTHMAY Andy While,16,EAST 

17 4:45.15 CANJRJUL Richard Cormack,17,GLEN 

18 4:45.76 ECUPJUL Frederic Cayen,16,RCA 

19 4:47.13 YOUTHMAY Elliot MacDonald,16,MANTA 

20 4:47.72 YOUTHMAY Matthew Huang.15.PDSA 

21 4:48.18 ECUPJUL Brian Galardo,17.DD0 

22 4:48.27 PQCUPMAR Adam Taschereau-C.,17,SHER 

23 4:48.33 CANJRJUL Cameron Hyder,16,NCSA 

24 4:48.34 YOUTHMAY Andrew Sweet.17.PGB 

25 4:48.51 ECUPJUL Dominic Pelletier.1 5.UL 
4X50 MEDLEY RELAY 

Rec: 1:46.72 MarkhamAC.MAC.94 

1 1:48.88 YOUTHMAY Pacific Dolphins.PDSA 

2 1:50.00 YOUTHMAY Scarborough SCSCAR 
:50.65 YOUTHMAY Pisc.Olym Montreal.PPO 

" YOUTHMAY Cascade Swim Club.CASC 
ONAGJUL Etobicoke Swimming.ESWIM 

53.15 YOUTHMAY Megophias Trois Rivieres.MEGO 

53.99 ECUPJUL Hippocame St-Hubert.HIPPO 

54.04 YOUTHMAY CN Quebec.CNQ 

54.14 YOUTHMAY Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 

54.32 YOUTHMAY Univ.Laval Rouge & Or.UL 
PGBAPR Prince George BSC.PGB 
ONAGJUL Brantford AC.BRANT 
ONAGJUL London AC.LAC 
ONAGJUL Nepean Kanata.NKB 
YOUTHMAY Uxbridge SC.USC 

56.12 YOUTHMAY Eastern Alliance.EAST 

56.14 YOUTHMAY Regina Opt.Dolphins.ROD 
BCAGJUL Richmond Racers.RACER 

56.42 YOUTHMAY Saskatoon Goldfins.GOLD 

56.88 EKSCAPR Calgary Swimming.UCSC 

56.90 PQAAAJUL Montreal Aquatique.CAMO 

57.11 ONAGJUL MississaugaAC.MSSAC 

57.21 MMAPR Manitoba Marlins.MM 

57.71 ABAGJUL Silver Tide SC.STSC 



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35.93 MarkhamAC,MAC,94 
38.54 YOUTHMAY Pacific Dolphins.PDSA 
" 13 YOUTHMAY Pisc.Olym Montreal.PPO 
40.48 YOUTHMAY Scarborough SC.SCAR 
41 .1 7 YOUTHMAY Cascade Swim Club.CASC 
41.74 ECUPJUL Hippocame St-Hubert.HIPPO 

42.02 YOUTHMAY Saskatoon Goldfins.GOLD 

42.03 ONAGJUL Etobicoke Swimming.ESWIM 
42.62 YOUTHMAY Uxbridge SC.USC 

42.79 EKSCAPR Olympian Swim Club.OSC 

43.04 ABAGJUL Silver Tide SC.STSC 
43.13 PGBAPR Prince George BSC.PGB 
43.19 YOUTHMAY Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 
43.21 YOUTHMAY Eastern Alliance.EAST 

ONAGJUL London AC.LAC 
43.46 YOUTHMAY CN Quebec.CNQ 
43.90 ECUPJUL Montreal Aquatique.CAMO 
ECUPJUL Univ.Laval Rouge & Or.UL 
ECUPJUL MississaugaAC.MSSAC 
ONAGJUL Brantford AC.BRANT 
ONAGJUL Nepean Kanata.NKB 
UCSCJAN Calgary Patriots.CP 
EKSCAPR Calgary Swimming.UCSC 
BCAGJUL Richmond Racers.RACER 
ONIIIAPR Burlington AD.BAD 



43.99 
44.29 
44.85 
45.03 
45.58 
45.59 
45.61 
45.87 



46.10 YOUTHMAY Megophias Trois Rivieres.MEGO 



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THE 24-HOUR ATHLETE 

Karin Helmstaedt 

Denmark's national swim coach Jens Glavind uses an 
expression of Britain's Deryk Snelling to describe his top 
swimmer and life partner Mette Jacobsen: "She's a 
24-hour athlete," he says. "She does everything with her 
swimming in mind." 

He explains: "Mette has a good long-term 
perspective. She's an athlete who has learned to live with 
swimming and enjoy the resulting lifestyle. Like 
Alexander Popov, she can take a long break and you 
don't notice it. She's always doing something else, like 
running or stretching." 

"For example, if athletes get fat when they take a 
break, it must be because they're missing something in 
their lives. It's an important tip, as the people who have 
long-term success are often of this type." 

That long-term perspective has translated into a 
long-term career. Twenty-six-year-old Jacobsen has been 
perfecting her exceptional self-discipline for years. At 15 
she swam morning workouts on her own at her small club 
pool. That year she went to her first Olympics in Seoul, 
where she was 10th in the 200 freestyle (2:01.8) and the 
200 fly (2:14.00). 

The following year, at the 1989 European 
Championships in Bonn, she won two bronze medals. It 
was the beginning of a curious up-and-down pattern. 

"I've never had a good Olympics!" she says. "But 
I've usually had good success at the European 
Championships." Everything came together in 1991 in 
Athens, where she clinched two individual titles and a 
relay gold and bronze. 

A Nordic record in the 200 fly (2:11.6 for 7th place) 
was the outcome of the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, only 
to be followed by a total slip at the Europeans in Sheffield 
in 1993- There she finished 9th in the 200 free, 400 free, 
and 200 fly. "That was almost funny," she grins. 

In 1993 she moved in together with Glavind. The 
following year brought another low with the Chinese 
domination at the 1994 Worlds. Chinese women walked 
away with all but two titles, then a mere three weeks later 
seven of their swimmers tested positive for drugs. It was a 
tough blow and Glavind says, "after that meet Mette came 
very close to quitting swimming." 

But by 1995 Jacobsen was back on track mentally, 
having convinced herself that she would concentrate 
on her own times and what she could do in Europe. The 
1995 Europeans in Vienna were proof of her amazing 
versatility. She won two golds (100 back, 100 fly), two 
silvers (200 fly, 100 free) , and a bronze (200 free) . Earlier 
that year in Rio at the short course worlds, she had even 
won a title in the 200 backstroke. She was winning, 
having fun, and looking forward. 

The Olympics in Atlanta in 1996 were, as she puts it, 
"a disaster." She was 8th in the 100 free and the 100 fly. 
"My asthma prevented me from even swimming the 200 



in Atlanta." she says. "Itwas acting up and it's a lot harder 
to breathe over the longer distance." 

Glavind admits that a training camp they had done 
beforehand in Louisiana was a mistake. Conditions there 
were too hot and humid — the worst thing for asthma — 
and in retrospect they should have stayed at home. 

In 1997 Jacobsen won the 100 fly at the Europeans in 
Seville. In the 200 fly she managed a bronze. 

After a successful 1999 season things are looking 
good for the push to Sydney. During the Mare Nostrum 
tour in June, Jacobsen broke the 2-minute barrier in the 
200 freestyle, swimming 1:59-75 in Monte Carlo. In 
Istanbul she concentrated on the fly and won her first 
European title in the 200. 

The quiet, soft-spoken Jacobsen trains with Glavind 
at the National Centre near Copenhagen. Athletes must be 
selected to come there, and there are 10 swimmers in the 
group. At the same time she's studying physiotherapy at 
the University of Copenhagen and stretching out her 
three-year program. 

Her coach says a lot of technical work over the past 
five years, especially in the fly, has helped to keep her 
improving. At 26, Jacobsen has a lot of mileage behind 
her, so the focus is on more high quality and a little less 
endurance work. 

As is the trend in swimming in the 90s, she's been 
doing more and more strength and fitness training such 
as running, cycling, pushups, and sirups. Jacobsen says it 
improves not only her fitness but also her asthma. The 
week before her sub-2 minute 200 freestyle, she swam 50 
km and ran 50 km. She averages about 40 km a week in 
the water. 

As a 200 butterflyer Jacobsen was one of the 
swimmers most directly affected by the dramatic rise of 
Irish champion Michelle Smith de Bruin. When she and 
her coach heard the news that FINA had banned Smith de 
Bruin for having manipulated a urine sample, they felt 
immense relief. 

Glavind remembers Smith in Rome. "But in 
Vienna," he says, "well, it was the first time EVER that 
we thought an athlete was doped without having any 
evidence." 

"Mette has lost many times to drugged athletes," he 
continues. "In 1989 she got a bronze at the Europeans and 
was beaten by two East Germans. In 1994 it was the 
Chinese. But with Michelle Smith it was so obvious that 
we said it officially in the Danish papers. When you get 
to the Olympic level, doping is a big problem because 
it makes a big difference." 

"Take a look at the all-time 25 in the 200 freestyle," 
Glavind scoffs. "There are seven Chinese and seven East 
Germans. I would like to see all times of doped athletes be 
scratched from the records." 

Nevertheless, he says, "It was a positive surprise that 
FINA won this case." He laughs, "Having studied law I 
know there's always a possibility to get off." 

Sydney will be the culmination of those years of 
long-term perspective. Australia's butterfly powerhouse 
Susie O'Neill will be favoured to dominate on her own turf, 
but the race for an Olympic medal looks to be firmly 
within reach for Mette Jacobsen. Now it's up to her to turn 
her own pattern around. It's time for a good Olympics. 



1999 PAN PACIFIC OPEN WATER 



Open Water events were held at Hazelwood Pondage, 
Victoria, Aug 2 1-22. American swimmers won three of 
the four individual races as well as both team 
championships. 

Klete Keller (USA) came from behind to win the 
men's 5K over Phillip Brosgarth (AUS) and Carl 
Gordon (NZL) in a thrilling final kilometre that saw 
the lead change three times. Keller moved into the 
lead with 750 metres remaining. Mark Saliba (AUS) , 
in the lead for most of the race, finished fourth. 

In the women's 5K Erica Rose (USA) confirmed 
her world number one ranking. She opened up an 
early lead and was a comfortable winner, with Sarah 
Bowd (AUS), a 13-year-old rookie, in second and 
Dawn Heckman (USA) third. 

Mark Saliba (AUS) won the 25K with a fast time 
of 4 h 57 min, and is the first to clock under five hours 
on a GPS surveyed 25K course. Chad Hundeby (USA) 
had the previous fastest time from the 1991 World 
Championships 25Kswim in the Swan River in Perth. 

Saliba was 1 1th at the last World Championships 
in 1998. "I wanted to take it fast," Salibasaid. "That's 
just what happened, but at around 13K I struck a 
pretty rough patch and had to dig deep both mentally 
and physically to come through that." 

The women's event went to Briley Bergen (USA) . 
Bergen swam in the lead throughout and was never 
challenged. Kelly Driffield (AUS) was second at the 
first lap, but eventually faded out of contention. 
Regan Stacey (USA) was in second, with Bronwen 
Whitehead (AUS) swimming a fast final lap to take 
third. 



MEN'S 5K 



1 


Klete Keller.USA 


55.42 min 


2 


Phillip Brosgarth.AUS 


55.50 min 


3 


Carl Gordon.NZL 


55.51 min 


4 


Mark Saliba.AUS 


55.52 min 


5 


Ky Hurst,AUS 


56.20 min 


6 


Mark Leonard.USA 


56.38 min 


7 


Nazmul Kabir.BAN 


1 h 15.08 min 


8 


Ekius Hossain.BAN 


1 h 15.12 min 


WOMEN'S 5K 




1 


Erica Rose.USA 


58.11 min 


2 


Sarah Bows.AUS 


59.36 min 


3 


Dawn Heckman.USA 


59.39 min 


4 


Trudee Hutchinson.AUS 


59.40 min 


5 


Bronwen Whitehead.AUS 


1 h 01 .05 min 


6 


Anna Cleaver.NZL 


1 h 04.55 min 


7 


Amy Robertson, NZL 


1 h 05.42 min 


MEN'S 25K 




1 


Mark Saliba.AUS 


4 h 57.44 min 


2 


Danny Chocron.VEN 


5 h 00.06 min 


3 


John Kenny.USA 


5 h 07.21 min 


4 


John Flannigan.USA 


5 h 11.03 min 


5 


Malcolm Can Drempt.AUS 


5 h 12.39 min 


6 


Liam Weseloh.CAN 


5 h 13.24 min 


7 


Stephen Cresswell.AUS 


5 h 15.38 min 


8 


David Chisholm.CAN 


5 h 21 .30 min 


9 


Rob Mackay.RSA 


5 h 30.06 min 


10 


Takashi Sugisawa.JPN 


5 h 36.51 min 


WOMEN'S 25K 




1 


Briley Bergen.USA 


5 h 16.05 min 


2 


Regan Stacey-Schieber.USA 


5 h 23.36 min 


3 


Bronwen Whitehead.AUS 


5 h 26.25 min 


4 


Shelley Clark.AUS 


5 h 31.18 min 


5 


Kelly Driffield.AUS 


5 h 34.40 min 



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3rd ranked for LCM99 TAG in the 100 breast 
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50 freestyle 
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100 butterfly 
200 ind.medley 



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Medalled in 5 events at Ontario AGs 



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1500 freestyle 
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200 ind.medley 
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